“An incorrect power analysis can lead people who want to end capitalism to think that small numbers of demonstrators occupying public spaces like parks and squares and tweeting about it will generate enough power to bring down Wall Street.”Jane McAlevey
- Increased political education not just for chapter members, but chapter leaders.
- High expectations for chapter priorities and leaders that are consistent and clearly defined
- The creation of a cohesive chapter plan to grow, made through genuine deliberation and planning with the general membership.
- Creating a chapter that ‘plays to win’, taking seriously the need to evaluate our odds of success in any given action and the responsibility to gain and grow in power.
- The creation of a democratic culture in which disagreement, discussion, and critique are seen as vital, healthy activities membership must develop and exercise.