October 21, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Nothing Like Tahrir Square

Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

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Power has slipped from democratic institutions and is ever further from the people. Insurrection, though, requires menace.

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TAGGED: United States, Eurozone, UK, Tahrir Square, Egypt, Occupy Wall Street

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