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Counterparties: Occupy Wall Street’s Second Act

Occupy Wall Street is not calling May 1 a comeback. After bringing income inequality and economic fairness to the national conversation, the group's organizers tell Josh Harkinson of Mother Jones that the demonstrations in 40 cities will be the "big kickoff of phase 2 of Occupy".
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