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Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement
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Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement

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Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement 'Vote for yourself' by ATJC

Young Glory Brief 3: The Occupy Movement 'Vote for yourself' by ATJC

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  1. Young GloryRound 3“The Occupy Movement”ATJC
  2. The Occupy Movement beganas a protest against economic inequality.
  3. However, as the Occupy Movement has grown in popularity, the original ideahas become overwhelmed with hundreds of different ideas.
  4. This is Abby. She is a supporter of the Occupy Movement. But she is more interested in free health care.
  5. This is Jay-Z, also a supporter of the Occupy Movement. He is worth over 400 Million dollars.
  6. This is Jay-Z, also a supporter of the Occupy Movement. He is worth over 400 Million dollars. I got 99 problems, but the rich aint one
  7. It is clear that there are manypeople who want their voices heard.But because there are so many different ideas floating around, most of them are getting lost in the clutter.
  8. The aspect of togetherness isalready present. We just needpeople to focus on a commongoal: One outlet for everyone to voice their own opinions.
  9. We have devised a way forpeople to show their interest in a direct or pure democracy.A government in which people vote on policy initiatives directly.
  10. Something as big as a direct democracy cannot occur overnight of course. What our campaign will demonstrate is that there isenough people that care about their own voice and that they can make a difference.
  11. The idea of democracy is that each person has their individual and equal say.
  12. The idea of democracy is that each person has their individual and equal say.So why not vote for yourself?
  13. Anyone with a valid emailaddress has the ability to vote for themselves via our website, or Facebook.
  14. Anyone with a valid emailaddress has the ability to vote for themselves via our website, or Facebook.
  15. So how many people need to vote for themselves for everyone else to listen? Obama received about 69 million to make a change.This is the ambitious number we’re going for.
  16. In the three months leading up to the 2012 US presidential elections, we want anyone around the globe who wants their voice heard, to vote for themselves.
  17. Our campaign will build momentum alongside thepolitical campaigns, as they receive extensive media coverage.
  18. Our campaign will be people powered and will rely primarily on blogs, social networking and WOM.
  19. The campaign will let thewhole world know that peopleneed a real change, and that a pure democracy may be realistic in the future.

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