This is from Occupy Wall Street's very early days when unions, including the New York Transit Workers Union, the United Federation of Teachers, Workers United and Service Employees International pledged help for the "Occupy Wall Street" campaign and held a Wall Street march. Then add The Who and well, win, win.
February 23, 2012

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This is from Occupy Wall Street's very early days when unions, including the New York Transit Workers Union, the United Federation of Teachers, Workers United and Service Employees International pledged help for the "Occupy Wall Street" campaign and held a Wall Street march. Then add The Who and well, win, win.

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