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National occupy movement shows no signs of slowing down

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Leading historians say they believe the national occupy movement demonstrations could one day grace the pages of U.S. history books.  Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s spoke with University of Florida Oral History Program Director Paul Ortiz about how the Occupy movement will be perceived in the future.

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