'Fair use' is a small set of exclusions that permit readers a defence should they be prosecuted for infringement. There are guidelines that help readers know which infringements they are likely to be able to defend in the event of prosecution.
Frankly, 'fair use' (aka fair dealing) isn't worth the paper it's written on. You might as well argue for longer recreation breaks from confinement in your prison cell.
I suggest readers would be better persuaded to 'forcefully rebuff without compromise' the publisher's privilege of copyright in order to enjoy their natural intellectual property rights without further interference.