Even if government action does occur, social change groups often conclude that the action is too limited in goals
or scope to be able to successfully address the social problem. If they reach this conclusion, they often decide to
press their demands anew. They do so by reasserting their claims and by criticizing the official response they have
received from the government or other established interests, such as big businesses. This stage may involve a fair amount of tension between the social change groups and these targets of their claims.