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struggle4progress Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-27-06 11:12 PM
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2. That ... depends on exactly who "we" is.
Good environmental activists have constructed all manner of effective alliances for many decades: go to the rich folk who don't want their view spoiled; go to the poor folk who don't wanna live next to a CAFO or multistate waste dump; talk to the ex-cops who think city kids need outdoor recreation opportunities; meet with sympathetic realtors who might be interested in effects of certain kinds of development on property values; get the hunters and fishermen involved &c&c&c ...

From a certain perspective, the issue isn't whether people learn so much as whether people burnout ...
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