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Will The Echoes Of OWS Be Heard In 2012?

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A growing frustration between the CEOs on Wall Street and the average Joe sent hordes of protesters to pitch tents and become apart of the Occupy Wall Street movement. But as the year comes to a close, do the protesters feel they've been heard? Weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz checks in with an Occupy D.C. protester, Charles Zhu, he met in McPherson Square last October.
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