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second freedom struggle? Todaythe masses are missing and the tidal wave of media approval has receded as swiftly as it rose Participants and observers sympathetic to the campaign feel sheepishfrustrated and let down Anna Hazare has retreated to his home state Maharashtra and split with Arvind Kejriwal What caused this collapse Post mortem reports of the IAC campaign tend to blame three chief factors: the disarray among the campaigns leadershipthe stalemate manoeuvred by the governmentand the fickleness of media support Regarding the firstit is certainly true that Team Anna has fractured sooner than expected While it was clear from the start that its members differed from each other in their political ideology and approachlast year it seemed as if the unity forged by the campaigns momentum would be sustained for some time Indeedat the height of the campaignthe differences themselves seemed complementarycombining the strengths of Anna Hazares personal charismaPrashant Bhushans links with mass-based groups such as the National Alliance of Peoples Movements and Arvind Kejriwals experience with urban NGO activism But the political potential of these strengths dissipated before it could be realisedthanks to publicly conducted quarrels and statements made at cross-purposes Most importantTeam Anna failed to transform its massive mandate of public support into a coherent and coordinated programme of action The Jan Lokpal Bill platform became a free-for-allfrom Baba Ramdev to Swami Agniveshthe Sangh Parivar and socialistsupright bureaucrats and retired generalselbowing each other for greater prominence In its desire to embrace all comersthe campaign could not forge a clear-cut identity or pursue a focused strategyas seen in its recent floundering on the issue of joining electoral politics Its leadership has fallen apart Howevera social movement is much more than its leaders What makes a movement endure and prevail is sustained engagement by ordinary men and women people with the power to act effectively on the ground Behind every GandhiNehru and Ambedkarthere were lakhs beneath the limelight who risked their lives and careerssacrificed and sufferedso that Independence could become a reality Their actions came not only from a commitment to the cause of freedom but also a clarity about what they could do personallybe it spinning and wearing khadiprinting and distributing pamphletsfacing lathis and bullets in the streetsgoing to jail The movement for Independence succeeded because it enabled everyday activism by ordinary people in their homesworkplaces and communitiesgathering their efforts together to achieve an extraordinary goal It is this aspect of social movements how they mobilise ordinary citizens to act meaningfully and effectively in their everyday livesand not just in the spectacular moments of political theatre that has been ignored in analyses of the anti-corruption campaign The crowds that gathered at the protests included large numbers without any overt political affiliationpeople sickened by the cynicism of public life and longing for changemany inspired by patriotic feelings of service and sacrifice But even though their motivations might mirror the sentiments behind the freedom strugglethe campaign failed to provide them the tools to turn that anger and idealism into a practical plan of action Unlike the struggle for Independencethe campaign against corruption failed to empower its ordinary members How might this have been done It is useful to compare the strategies of the IAC with another recent campaign: the Right to Information (RTI) The RTI and IAC campaigns share some features: both oppose corrupt and incompetent administrationboth focus on getting legislation passed by Parliamentsome members of Team Anna were key members of the RTI campaign Yet in their treatment of the rank and filethe two campaigns are sharply different The Right to Information campaign grew out of the experiences of Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS)the union of farmers and labourers in Rajasthan whereover almost two decadescorruption in village development works and the abuse of public funds had emerged as a key focus of popular anger The MKSS pioneered the use of jan sunvai or public hearings as a technique to empower villagers to speak truth to power.