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Wall Street Protesters Hope to Plant Seeds of a National Cause
NEW YORK — New York’s budding anti-capitalism protest movement began last month with a vague sense of grievance over the widening gap between the rich and poor in America. But in three weeks, it has provided fuel for a broader national anti-corporate message, drawing inspiration from the Arab...
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Occupation: Coming to a City Near You?
The Occupation Is On The Move, Find a Big Bank Protest Near You
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Inspired by Wall Street Protests, Boston Economic Protest Gains Steam
Aims to highlight plight of struggling Americans
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Occupy Wall Street Protest: NYPD Accused of Heavy-Handed Tactics
Force criticised by protesters, who claim they were deliberately led on to road before being penned in and arrested
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Wall Street Protesters In It For The Long Haul
A protest in New York dubbed "Occupy Wall Street" appears to be settling in for the long term. Twice a day, protesters leave the tents, makeshift kitchen and free bookstore set up in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan and begin a slow march down the sidewalk. Anywhere from hundreds to thousands of...
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More Than 500 Arrested in Wall Street Protest
NEW YORK - Police reopened the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday evening after more than 500 anti-Wall Street protesters were arrested for blocking traffic lanes and attempting an unauthorized march across the span. The arrests took place when a large group of marchers, participating in a second week of...
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‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protests Spread Across the Country
The Occupy Wall Street movement, growing to more than 1,500 people in its second week, called for a march in lower Manhattan today at 3 p.m. to “show that it is time that the 99% are heard.” “We are unions, students, teachers, veterans, first responders, families, the unemployed and underemployed...
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Occupy Wall Street: "It Is a Revolution"
NEW YORK - Since Sep. 17, hundreds of demonstrators in the Occupy Wall Street movement have transformed the quiet Zucotti Park in lower Manhattan from a place where Wall Street traders once relaxed during lunch breaks into a demonstration camp. Participants from all over the United States have...
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Labor Movement Rolls Into Wall Street Occupation
The steel and concrete of Lower Manhattan comes alive every day during rush hour, when gray suits pulse through subway tunnels and the city's arteries get choked with street vendors, construction workers and other folks hustling to make a living. Now that a bunch of rabble-rousers have occupied the...
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Occupy Wall Street Protests Poised to Grow Rapidly With Union Support
The “ Occupy Wall Street ” protests, now entering their third week, are poised to get a whole lot bigger than its core of 200 to 300 people, potentially even exceeding the protesters original goals of 20,000 demonstrators, thanks to recent pledges of support from some of New York City’s largest...
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