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    What started in  NewYork City in mid September, a call to "flood lower Manhattan, set up  tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street," has  continued to feed similar groups around the United States taking up the  name and cause. Groups have gathered to bring attention to many issues,  with a central focus on the economic hardships and inequality they say  many Americans face. -- Lloyd Young

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    Occupy  Boston demonstrators block an entrance to the Federal Reserve Bank  behind a police line in Boston Oct. 8. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)

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    2A  protester affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street protests stands with a  U.S. dollar bill taped over his mouth in Zuccotti Park,  New York Oct.  10. (Andrew Burton/Associated Press)

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    3A  man signs a huge banner during Occupy DC anti-corporations protest at  Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC Oct. 10. A four-day protest in  Washington to reclaim American politics for the people went into  overtime, its participants vowing to stay put despite the expiry of  their permit. The Stop the Machine occupation of Freedom Plaza is one of  two ongoing protests in the capital, alongside the like-minded but more  youthful Occupy DC sit-in, now in its 10th day. Occupy DC, inspired by  the much bigger Occupy Wall Street movement in New York, meanwhile,  continued to draw several dozen people every day to McPherson Square, in  the shadows of big lobbying firms. (Jewwl Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

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    4Police  arrest demonstrators affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement  after they attempted to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the motorway on  Oct. 1. This portion of the bridge is not intended for pedestrians and  as the marchers attempted to cross, they were stopped midway by police.  Hundreds were arrested. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    5Protesters  affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement rally in Foley Square  before marching though Lower Manhattan on Oct. 5 in New York. Hundreds  of activists affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations have  been living in a park in the Financial District near Wall Street. The  activists have been gradually converging on the financial district over  the past two weeks to rally against the influence of corporate money in  politics among a host of other issues. Over 700 people were arrested  last weekend on the Brooklyn Bridge after temporarily blocking traffic.  (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    6Protesters  affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement are reflected in a  stock ticket screen as they march though Lower Manhattan on Oct. 5.  Thousands of protesters including union members and college students  from an organized walkout joined the rally and march. (Mario Tama/Getty  Images)

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    7Protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement rally in Lower Manhattan on Oct. 5. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    8About  one thousand people gather and form a large "99%" in the middle of  Freedom Plaza during an occupation of the plaza Oct. 6 in Washington,  DC. Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement that began last month in  New York, large and small occupations have sprung up in cities across  the country. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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    9  Julia Botello and other protesters occupy the lobby of a Bank of  America on Oct. 6 in Los Angeles, CA. The demonstrators are marching to  major bank offices to protest the role of Wall Street banks in the  federal budget crisis and in solidarity with protesters in New York and  other US cities. (David McNew/Getty Images)

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    10Protesters  hold candles during a vigil as a part of the Occupy DC protest against  corporations at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, on Oct. 6. Protests  against corporate power in the United States took root in Washington on  Thursday, with hundreds of people occupying Freedom Plaza in the city  center to demand progressive reform. The Stop the Machine rally, midway  between the Capitol and the White House, echoed the demands of the  Occupy Wall Street movement in New York that drew more than 5,000 people  as well as labor-union support. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

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    11A  member of Occupy Wall Street wakes up after spending the night on  Zuccotti Park near Wall Street in New York, Oct. 11. Protesters from the  Occupy Wall Street movement scheduled a "Millionaires March" taking  their march in front of the homes of some of New York's wealthiest  residents in Manhattan Upper East Side. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty  Images)

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    12Two  New York police officers walk alongside a protestor affiliated with the  Occupy Wall Street protests outside Zuccotti Park after the arrest of  two men in New York on Oct. 10. As the protest on Wall Street enters its  fourth week, police officers are keeping their posts around the  perimeter of the park at the center of it all. And with no end in sight,  the cost of constant police surveillance will continue to rise at a  time when Mayor Michael Bloomberg has ordered citywide budget cuts.  (Andrew Burton/Associated Press)

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    13Protestors  who are calling for an end to the Federal Reserve and are part of the  Occupy DC movement, burn a dollar bill in front of the Federal Reserve  in Washington, DC, Oct. 9. (Cliff Owen/Associated Press)

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    14Tigh  Barry of Santa Monica, CA., a member of Code Pink and part of the  Occupy DC demonstration cleans spilled paint from the tiles on Freedom  Plaza, in Washington Oct. 9. (Cliff Owen/Associated Press)

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    15New  York Police Department officers stand guard at the Wall Street Bull, as  a person poses for a picture in New York Oct. 7. (Shannon  Stapleton/Reuters)

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    16A  member of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Noah Fischer, shouts his  protests against income inequality while demonstrating in the financial  district of New York on Oct. 6. Demonstrators, taking part in the Occupy  Wall St have staged demonstrations protesting income inequality for  several weeks now while camped in Zuccotti Park. (/Lucas  Jackson/Reuters)

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    17Police  arrest a man who refused to leave a tent pitched at an Occupy Seattle  protest encampment in downtown Seattle's Westlake Park on Oct. 5. People  protesting the current economic situation and several other causes had  been camped in the park for several days, mirroring other demonstrations  in other areas of the country. On Wednesday afternoon, police moved in  and took down all of the tents, and arrested those who refused to leave  them. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)

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    18A  member of the Occupy Wall Street movement holds a sign aloft in front  of the home of hedge fund manager John Paulson during a march through  the upper east side of New York on Oct. 11. The Occupy Wall Street  movement took protests to the New York homes of super-wealthy executives  on Tuesday as rallies against economic inequality were planned this  week for over 50 U.S. college campuses and in several cities around the  world. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)

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    19A  doorman looks out the entrance to a Park Avenue building as members of  the Occupy Wall Street walk past in protest through the upper east side  of New York on Oct. 11. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)

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    20A  man walks through the Occupy Boston encampment on Oct. 11. Tensions  boiled over early Tuesday in downtown Boston, where police arrested  about 100 protesters from the Occupy Boston movement after the group  expanded its encampment. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)

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    21A  member of the Secret Service (right) makes demonstrators step back from  the fence in front of the White House in Washington on Oct. 7, during  Occupy DC activities in the capital. (Jacquelyn Martin/Associated Press)

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    22A  man wears an Occupy LA t-shirt at their protest camp in Los Angeles,  CA, Oct. 9. The Occupy Wall Street movement that began in New York last  month with a few people has expanded to protests across the country with  marches and camps taking shape from Tampa, Florida to Portland, Oregon,  and Los Angeles to Philadelphia. Protesters messages range from  anti-corporate sentiments to frustration with the financial system and  politicians. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

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    23Maggie  Babb (16) a junior at Loring Nicollet Alternative School, participates  in an Occupy Minnesota demonstration held at Hennepin County Government  Plaza on Oct. 7. (Genevieve Ross/Associated Press)

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    24A  man washes coins donated to protestors while participating in the  Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park on Oct. 7, in New York. The  three-week-old campout in a lower Manhattan plaza looks like a jumble  of tattered sleeping bags, but teams of volunteers working on food,  sanitation, health care and other needs keep the shifting population of  protesters functioning like an impromptu city within the city. (Andrew  Burton/Associated Press)

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    25Demonstrators  with Occupy Boston stop on Washington Street during a march through   Boston on Oct. 10. (Josh Reynolds/Associated Press)

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    26A  protestor who is part of the Occupy Boston group is led off by police  during a stand off with Boston Police at the Charlestown Bridge on Oct.  10. (Josh Reynolds/Associated Press)

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    27A  demonstrator protests in downtown Los Angeles as part of the Occupy  Wall Street movement. The anti-Wall Street demonstrators say they're  angry at big banks and corporate America. But they are also deeply  disgusted with politics and the inability of lawmakers to get things  done in Washington. (Chris Carlson/Associated Press)

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    28Lauren  Bieber (left) and Mike Mull, both from from Philadelphia, sit next to a  haiku they wrote on the sidewalk near City Hall on Oct. 9. Organizers  of what is being called Occupy Philadelphia say the demonstration is  meant to be a stand against corporate greed. (Alex Brandon/Associated  Press)

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    29Jordan  McCarthy, 22, from Sandwich, N.H., awakes from under a makeshift  shelter where she is camped out among participants in the Occupy Wall  Street Protest at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan, in New York.  "We  have allowed greed to be more important than humans," said McCarthy who  joined the camp a week ago. The protests started on Sept. 17 with a few  dozen demonstrators who tried to pitch tents in front of the New York  Stock Exchange, and has since grown to hundreds in New York, as well as  across the nation. (Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press)

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    30Emily  McArthur, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., chants through a bullhorn in front  of the Statehouse, in Boston, as part of an Occupy Boston demonstration.  The group is part of a nationwide grassroots movement in support of the  ongoing Wall Street protests in New York. (Josh Reynolds/Associated  Press)

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    31Women  who came to practice yoga in participation with the Occupy Wall Street  protests, lift their yoga mats in the air while listening to yoga  instructor Seane Corn speak in Zuccotti Park in New York on Oct. 10.  (Andrew Burton/Associated Press)

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    32A  Occupy Wall Street protester camped in Zuccotti Park tries to catch a  little sun on an overcast morning in the financial district in New York  on Oct. 4. The protests have gathered momentum and gained participants  in recent days as news of mass arrests and a coordinated media campaign  by the protestors have given rise to similar demonstrations around the  country. (Seth Wenig/Associated Press)

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    33Police  officers block Occupy Wall Street protesters from marching to Wall  Street in New York on Oct. 5. Protesters in suits and T-shirts with  union slogans left work early to march with activists who have been  camped out in Zuccotti Park for days. Some marchers brought along their  children, hoisting them onto their shoulders as they walked down  Broadway. (Seth Wenig/Associated Press)

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    34Christopher  Posey, 28, of Astoria, stands in the rain along with other protesters  encamped in Chapman Square on Oct. 10 in Portland, Ore. Occupy Portland,  an offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York, began on  Thursday with at least 4,000 people marching through downtown Portland.  Since the march, hundreds of people have remained in tents concentrated  in Chapman Square and have not set a date for when the protest will end.  (Rick Bowmer/Associated Press)

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