Community Tool Box Analysis

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Solving problems requires time to think and evaluate before making the decision. As stated in Chapter 17 of the Community Tool Box, “even with a group of intelligent and dedicated people, it's not always easy to think of any solution to the problems facing the coalition, much less one that is effective and feasible” (Analyzing Community Problems and Solutions). The judges of courts and a bystander observing the problem whom perhaps is an expert could categorize themselves into ‘a group of intelligent and dedicated people’ but they are not the most official or reliable sources to determine whether a work could be taken as fair use or not. Thinking critically is one of the many helpful factors to solving a dilemma such as this one. The strategy

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