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Published on: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Occupy Wall Street comeback



Occupy Wall Street stages a comeback: What did it accomplish? (+video) (via The Christian Science Monitor)

On its one year anniversary, Occupy Wall Street spent a day marching around the Wall Street area, railing against the banks, and sometimes (through their civil disobedience) getting members arrested. There was plenty of street theater and no shortage of homemade signs, particularly about income inequality…

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