Daniel Goldsmith, Thu, Feb 16, 2006 at 07:18:12PM +0000:
> non-party political activists, in this country and elsewhere, are
> oriented toward the left end of the political spectrum. This has
which isn't necessarily true - it is for "mainstream activism", that is
activism that is actually supporting some governments or parties, who,
in turn, aren't actually that much different from their opposite side.
OTOH, "grassroot activism", of anarchist/antiauthoritarian basis, isn't
left- (nor right-) oriented and campaigns a lot on the theme.
And in the current non-information world, even the simple "talkin' about"
is a form of campaigning.
pbm - "going 'thru something, but I don't know what it is
- I don't feel like an adult, I don't look like a kid"
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