. . . and now she proves her own point. As do many so-called progressives who find their idealism tempered by the way that money and power works in the "real" world. I'm not blaming them necessarily - but it serves to illustrate the how and why social movements are watered down and eventually co-opted only to reinforce the overarching paradigm.
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