A movement should be judged by its followers not by its definition

February 23, 2017, 4:51 pm

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Often times movements are either judged by their goals and definition or by their most extreme members. Both of these approaches are fundamentally flawed as they give a biased view of the movement as a whole.

Movements should be judged by what the majority of the members believe, say and do, as well as what the leadership says and does.

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