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D. P. Lubic

One of the nice things about being young is being optimistic and honest in dealing with others--which for some translates to being naive.

My main concern isn't that new, new technology enterprises and new, current social activism can't coexist, but rather that old, still essential and often quite large firms will not let certain changes take place--i.e., how oil companies and car companies don't want to see trains come back, and how their conservative columnists and the like will rail against anything that isn't tied to the status quo:

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