What are the origins of the web-site MoveOn.org and is it related to 'Move'?
MoveOn started during the push to impeach President Clinton - they passed around a petition to "censure" him and "move on" instead of proceeding with impeachment. It's a democratic movement and backs many different causes now - you can find a lot of good information about them on Wiki or their website. They are not related in any way to the MOVE organization created by John Africa in the '70's or Move.com, the real estate website.
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