Actions: Tahrir Square?

"A joy, yes, in the way people greet one another, the way they're energized by one another. They're excited that even though there's a grim prospect of the bill being adopted, that in the long run they're building something that can be strong for the working class." -- Paul Soglin, the former mayor of Madison, who has been at the state capitol all week, spending the night on the floor as part of demonstrations against changes to collective bargaining rights pushed by the state's anti-union Republican governor, Scott Walker. (Yahoo News/Associated Press 2011-02-19).

See, also: Independent Egyptian Unions Express Solidarity with Wisconsin Workers (Blue Cheddar, a progressive blog in Wisconsin 2011-02-21).

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