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‘Occupy’ Hopes for New Lease on Life

May 6, 2012 Featured, World No Comments

The Occupy movement got off to a great start last fall, but living in a tent camp seemed less attractive during the Northern European winter. Now that spring is back, activists are hoping for a protest renaissance. But the loose-knit group still needs to figure out what it actually stands for

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