Occupy Wall Street is this year's tea party

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It's been called the Woodstock of Wall Street, but that's hardly an apt comparison. The gathering at Max Yasgur's farm 42 years ago was built on a generation looking for peace, love, some drugs and acid rock. The kids today are looking for real, tangible change of the capitalist sort. They're organized, lucid and motivated.

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