Wall Street protest's success not easily measured
NEW YORK (AP) — The collection of people in tie-dyed T-shirts and star-spangled underwear have been cmped out in a granite plaza in lower Manhattan nearly two weeks — and show no signs of going away.
They sleep on air mattresses, use Mac laptops and play drums. They go to the bathroom at the local McDonald's. A few times a day, they march down to Wall Street, yelling, "This is what democracy looks like!"
It all has the feel of a classic street protest with one exception: It's unclear exactly what the demonstrators want.
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