but little else

faza62

Senior Member
Farsi, Iran
Hi

Context:
As with all social movements, feminism has adherents ranging from strong and politically vocal advocates through to those who espouse sympathy, but little else.

from Organisation Theory:Concepts and Cases By Stephen P. Robbins/Neil Barnwell, page 499.

In the above, as I understand, "but little else" is used to emphasize that the group of adherents is wide ranging and very inclusive. Am I getting it right?

Thanks
 
  • DaylightDelight

    Senior Member
    Japanese - Tokyo
    I think it's "those who espouse sympathy, but little else" meaning "those who only show sympathy."

    (cross-posted)
     
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