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Well-Behaved Protesters Seldom Make History

About a month after the Women’s March, I was having dinner with my wife and another couple. Like my wife and I, our friends are very liberal. My wife was relating our experience of attending the march in Washington, D.C. with our two teenaged children and a half million other people.  In the course of the conversation, one of our friends (who is very liberal like us) remarked on how amazing it was that, out of the millions of women and supporters who attended the marches in the U.S. or around the world, there were no arrests.

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