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“People say, ‘Well, why do they have to be here?'” Dobbs said. “But the alternative is you’re in your house, where you can’t change anything, except by clicking online petitions. There’s something special about these camps: It means the people have power. That’s why the police want to make sure no one can get out of their house and gather.”

Occupy Wall Street Is Finally Occupying Wall Street (Or At Least Trying)

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