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January 1, 2019
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Look it up in a contemporary dictionary, and you'll find that, as a verb, "advocate" can be either transitive or intransitive. As a transitive verb, it means "to support" or "to promote", and it's proper to say "advocate X" (where x is what's supported or promoted). But as an intransitive verb it means "to act as an advocate for," and it's proper to say "advocate for X".
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