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As 2011 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at how we covered some of the biggest news stories of the year. Below are links to our coverage of Occupy Wall Street and related issues.
What started in September with a small, seemingly random group of people living in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan morphed into a global movement that has galvanized pubic opinion and drawn attention to many issues, most notably income inequality.
As the year comes to an end, many of the Occupy encampments have been removed and the movement still lacks a leader, a defining message or a concrete agenda. But with "Occupy" events happening across America and in over 90 countries around the world, it's fair to say the movement will remain a force well into the New Year, and perhaps beyond.
For more, see:
Occupy Wall Street: What's It All About?
Occupy Wall Street Gains Traction: "The Message is Definitely Getting Out
Randall Lane: Wall St. Protestors Don't Hate Success, They Hate Big Rewards for Failure
Taken to Task: Occupy Wall Streets Nattering Nabobs of Negativity
Forget Wall Street, Protesters Should "Occupy Congress," Says Mauldin
Steven Rattner Feels the Pain of Occupy Wall Street - On Both Sides
Occupy Wall Street: The Youth Perspective
Trump: Occupy Wall Street Indicates "There Is Something Wrong With This Country"
Occupy Wall Street Shows People Want Democracy, Not Corporatocracy: Jeffrey Sachs
The Top 5 Facts About America's Richest 1%
STEVE FORBES: The Wall Street Protesters Should Occupy Congress Instead
'Occupy' Protests Head to Capitol Hill: U.S. Patent Office Should Also Be Target, Author Says
'Invasion of the Occtupy': Here's Why Time's Person of the Year Is Off Base