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October 2013

World Protests 2006-2013
¤ Hernán Cortés, Isabel Ortiz, Mohamed Berrada, Sara Burke ¤ 5 January 2014
In recent years the world has been shaken by protests. From the Arab Spring to the “Indignados” (outraged), from Occupy to food riots. There have been periods in history when large numbers of people rebelled about the way things were, demanding change, such as in 1848, 1917 or 1968; today we are experiencing another period of rising outrage and discontent, and some of the largest protests in world history. The main grievances and causes of outrage are: Economic Justice and Anti-Austerity: (...) read more

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