Friday, September 30, 2005
I lament the fragmentation of father's rights groups. It is another favourite criticism that they can't stand together too long without fighting with eachother and splitting up. "Divided we fall" and all that. But then again, many causes start out as a bunch of people arguing over an issue and competing for ground, but that doesn't mean the cause will fail. Perhaps, even, fragmentation is desirable in the early days, perhaps it spreads the ideas further.
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