The cover story for The Nation Magazine for their end of April double issue is "How the youth activists of are upending gun politic" and bears the cover title, "THE DISRUPTERS."
"Disruption" has become a positive buzz-word, and I can go along with that, having insisted ca. 1970 with US warfare in Vietnam, "No more business as usual."
We should keep in mind, though, that the flip side is the need for "regular order" in most of the business of the Congress of the United States and that the bakers of Paris during The Terror after the Revolution and the milkmen of London during the Blitz in World War II acted admirably in staying calm, carrying on, and supplying their cities with necessities. There can be heroism in "business as usual" and resisting disruption.
So let us praise the young disrupters of , and, in different situations, those who got on with their business when the times were dangerously unusual.