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Occupiers of Wall Street: Losers or Game Changers

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Occupiers of Wall Street: Losers or Game Changers
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN-13: 9781476282435
Number of pages: 116

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The Occupiers of Wall Street burst into media limelight on 17 September 2011. They inspired over 1500 protests against corporate greed and the nexus between politicians and corporation in 82 countries around the world by October 2011. Their movement is relevant. Why have the faded away? Can the movement be revived and achieve its goal?

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