Re: virus: Extremist Memes
Thu, 20 May 1999 21:05:06 -0400 (EDT)
...of course, a lot of the time, without the extremists, there would
be no issue to begin with.
> In message <7778-374412E3firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> James Veverka <email@example.com> writes
>>Robin.....You are absolutely correct in your accessment of my
>>caricature. The point we all forget is that it IS the extremists
> that >usually define the platform, the reactions, then the policy
> initiatives. >The extremists end up defining whole groups, which is
> not fair of >course. The extremists then end up framing the
> arguments.The >legislation then proposed becomes not a piece of
> pragmatic, practical >legislation but reactionary The real
> arguments and wise choices get >lost in the scuffle.
> OK, I can go along with that.
> Robin Faichney
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