The Partisan Anti-War Movement

Fabio Rojas studied the anti-war movement and found that it collapsed after Obama's election:

Bottom line: Social movements and parties rely on each other. Movements benefit when partisans appear because they can bolster their numbers. Parties use movements as platform for partisan grievances. But there’s a drawback, electoral victories mean that the rank and file will stop showing up.

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

The Blacksmith: A Short Film About Art Forged From Metal

"I'm exploiting the maximum of what you can ask a piece of metal to do."

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