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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Michael Kazin
The American left is still shaken by the success of spontaneous conservative grass-roots participation in Tea Party activities leading up to the 2010 elections. In desperation, leftists now hope to profit from the Occupy Wall Street gatherings, which have spread to many other locations.
In a recent critical piece on Sandberg's movement, Michael Kazin wrote in the New Republic that, like Friedan, Sandberg, "also seems primarily concerned with the economics of gender.
"In some ways, parties are like competitive businesses," Mr. Kazin added. "Unless they grow, they're going to be in deep, deep trouble, so they need to grow. That's true of parties everywhere, but it's especially true in the two-party system."