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There’s a lesson here for contemporary left-wing activism, which can be bogged down by smug indignation and righteous one-upmanship, and where incrementalism is mocked as selling out.What can the AIDS generation teach today’s activists?|Khelil Bouarrouj|September 9, 2021|Washington Blade
If possible, privatization advocates would completely dismantle public schools tomorrow, but they don’t have the political leverage to achieve that right now, so they have to engage in incrementalism.
Just this year, we’ve seen pushes to pass expansive, universal voucher programs in some states, showing that privatizers will abandon elements of incrementalism when they think they have an opportunity.
These groups do this because they believe the trap of incrementalism.
Will we be destined to witness endless partisan brinksmanship and “small-ball” incrementalism?Obama’s Nightmare: Reelected in 2012 but Republicans Take the Senate|Thomas E. Cronin|December 29, 2011|DAILY BEAST