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Managing the fringe

When an estimated 100-200 antiwar activists marched on the National Air and Space museum this weekend, they took the Occupy DC name.  Occupy DC, in turn, was a name claimed by already organized groups of activists who wanted to demonstrate … Continue reading

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What Occupy Wall Street Learned from the Tea Party

This appears in the Washington Post’s Sunday Outlook Section. [I’m fascinated by the range of responses in the comment section.] The Occupy Wall Street movement, three weeks strong and gaining momentum, reminds us that tea partyers aren’t the only people … Continue reading

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