New York Times Magazine profile offers lessons from activist Wayne Pacelle
Sunday’s New York Times Magazine contains a profile of Wayne Pacelle, the head of the Humane Society. In it, you will find much grist for the mental mill. Consider strategic campaigns that bring new constituencies into the fold without alienating your base, the perils and advantages of incrementalism, and effective policy changes made in the face of monied opposition that owns state legislatures nationwide. It’s worth a read.