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To misquote George Orwell, all editors are equal but some are more equal than others. In my own case, after a prolonged disagreement with one particular article squatter over whether neutral point of view should include some material from the universe of centrist opinion and not just a compromise between garden variety animal rights sympathizers and bomb throwing lunatics, I dropped out for a long time then returned to a greatly reduced scope of editing, confined to topics which don't have a great amount of dissent (or at least whose advocates do not normally burn down schools and hospitals and assault people on the streets). (See WP:EQ)
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