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How activists have already scored victories against Trump's policies

Through marches and dogged pursuit of elected officials, people across the US have helped to block some of the administration’s most anti-progressive policies

Adam Gabbatt, the Guardian 

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Adam Gabbatt, the Guardian

Tuesday 7 March 2017 | Despite Donald Trump’s claim that his administration is running like a “fine-tuned machine”, activists have already managed to score victories against some of the most anti-progressive policies of the president and his Republican allies.

Through rallies, marches and dogged pursuit of elected officials, people across the country have helped to block some of Trump’s initiatives, and draw attention to government missteps.

Here are some of activists’ most dramatic wins so far.

Adam Gabbatt is a writer/presenter for the Guardian, based in New York.
 
 
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