read attached article and answer this question -include relevant political examples -use 4 academic articles. news can also be used. When writing about identity politics, Nesbitt-Larking argues that boundaries around group identities can be deliberately established as a way to recruit and mobilize large numbers of people who share some dimension of identity. Give a specific example of where we see this process taking place for a political purpose. How has group identity been used as a recruitment or mobilization tool? Who are the ‘entrepreneurs of identity’ and how has this leadership impacted the ability of the group to achieve shared goals? With this example in mind, is identity politics a constructive or problematic political force?