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  • Dan Newman

    Whoops, I should've included more thoughts on this page -- just learning this platform.

    I suppose the questions I have are, do more pragmatic organizations have as much affect on changing society for the better? Or is radical positioning a necessity?

    I remember reading somewhere about a publicly radical group actually privately talked and worked with their main opponents to reach an understanding in the middle -- I forget the name and situation though. But, something like the Forest Stewardship Council, which has seemingly been pretty effective in reaching their goals of sustainable lumber in a middle-of-the-road fashion, is a tack like that possible for the aims of Adbusters? Just thinking...