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Protests Dwindle In Brazil Due To Lack Of Leadership

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Small-scale protests are continuing in Brazil but the massive movement has died down as quickly as it flared up. One of the reasons is protest confusion. The perils of having no leadership are that people don't know what protests are real.
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