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OnM - September 14, 2002
But Buffy has one central resource that always aids her in her eventual victories-- a moral center, and the growing appreciation that adhering to the dictates of that center entails sacrifice, and sometimes a challenging of the 'obvious solution'. Buffy may be a warrior, but she is a warrior for the cause of justice. When she fails in this goal, she doesn't give up, but learns from her mistakes and tries not to repeat them. What more can you ask?
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