> Another was that immediate action was never to be sneered at,
> even cheap victories (however, the leadership should be aware
> that a cheap victory was just that). He recounts leading a group of
> protestors into an office to demand something that the people in that
> office were totally willing to provide, and then using that as a victory.
The flip-side of this is that frequent actions can burn everybody out. Sure, cheap victories are good, but there should be a good reason for doing them. One of the mistakes that the Left has repeated over the years is to mistake constant activity as progress towards a strategic goal.