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Top Ten Reasons Why Activists Shouldn't Be "Too Radical"

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1. We must be careful not to offend the Average American (AvAm)
2. Self-righteousness is such a turn-off
3. We can't give ammunition to the right wing
4. The AvAm is doing the best he/she can and we shouldn't expect more
5. We can't blame the AvAm because she/he just doesn't know better
6. The AvAm will learn at his/her own pace
7. It's not our place to judge
8. Besides, it's not the AvAm's fault; the Republicans are to blame
9. The AvAm may be indifferent (at best) to reality...but they are still "the people"
10. Why bother? It'll just increase the chances of being arrested and it's way too late anyway

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