Plan B is the alternative, a backup strategy, when Plan A fails. Or when there really isn’t a plan at all, as is the case with the animal movement.
The animal movement is really not a movement at all. It is a collection of large and small organizations, all competing for support, each having their own objectives, and offering varying degrees of competence to achieve those goals.
As is the case with all nonprofit organizations, the smaller, poorly funded groups often are much more effective in the use of resources than are the multi-million dollar operations which pay their staffs and directors exorbitant salaries and which are models of bureaucracy.
Whatever the size of the organization, those in charge generally have tunnel vision. They work toward their own group’s ends with little concern for issues beyond those addressed in their mission statements.
And because money and volunteer activists drive animal…
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