Power struggle

The Occupy Wall Street movement has captured the imagination of people all over the world, but without specific demands will it just fizzle away to nothing? Gandhi Avenue is almost within sight

30th October, 2011
Protesters display a banner during the 'Occupy DC' protest at the Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC Photo: JEWEL SAMAD/Getty

The Occupy Wall Street movement has captured the imagination of people all over the world, but without specific demands will it

just fizzle away to nothing?

Gandhi Avenue is almost within sight of the White House, but you won't find it on any maps. The name has been given - rather grandiosely, it must be said - to one of the paths that crosses a small city park in central Washington named McPherson Square.

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