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United States: Who speaks for the 99%? | Links International Journal ...

United States: Who speaks for the 99%? | Links International Journal ... | occupy wallstreet | Scoop.it
United States: Who speaks for the 99%? "It was decisive action and mass defiance – ultimately forcing the use of federal troops -- that ended Jim Crow legal segregation... Fundamental and radical change, as history shows, ...
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The Next Phase In Protests: Get Ready For The 99% Spring - Changing Gears

The Next Phase In Protests: Get Ready For The 99% Spring - Changing Gears | occupy wallstreet | Scoop.it
The Next Phase In Protests: Get Ready For The 99% SpringChanging GearsThe UAW's Facebook page on Thursday features a big photo promoting the 99% Spring, sending its readers to a new Web site called The99Spring.com.
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The 99% Speaks: The Hidden Truth About Marijuana

The 99% Speaks: The Hidden Truth About Marijuana | occupy wallstreet | Scoop.it
My Photo · Author: Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Jody-Ann Butler is an author who believes that 'We are equal among all and We have a voice'. THE 99% SPEAKS is a blogspot designed to voice our point of views about daring ...
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Getting the long term jobless back to work - CBS News

Getting the long term jobless back to work - CBS News | occupy wallstreet | Scoop.it
Getting the long term jobless back to workCBS NewsPelley talks to a group of so-called 99ers -the unemployed whose government benefits ceased at 99 weeks - and follows them for five weeks in an innovative program in Connecticut that is putting some...
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Once again in America, the '99 percent' speak up

Once again in America, the '99 percent' speak up | occupy wallstreet | Scoop.it
The only thing surprising about Occupy Wall Street is that it didn't happen sooner. The U.S. has a long history of friction over policies that enable an elite to thrive at the expense of ordinary people.
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