That passion is heartening for the broader anti-Trump coalition, which hopes the weekend
marches will attract people who have otherwise been on the sidelines, said David S.
Meyer, a political science professor at the University of California, Irvine, who
has authored books on U.S. political protest. "There are people who have all kinds
of other grievances or gripes with the Trump administration and they're quite happy
to use this one as the most productive and salient for the moment," he said.
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