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The movement started in Tunisia, spread to Egypt and then much of the middle east. Now thousands in Wisconsin are rising up, angry at attempts by government to take away rights. And the uprising may be spreading into other states. Why have Americans for so long accepted a belief in their own powerlessness? Is this now a struggle for democracy itself? Guest on this show is Yes! Magazine's founder and Executive Editor Sarah van Gelder, and this discussion focuses on power, who really has it: the Koch Brothers' Tea Party or the unions. And why it matters to us all.

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The movement started in Tunisia, spread to Egypt and then much of the middle east. Now thousands in Wisconsin are rising up, angry at attempts by government to take away rights. And the uprising may be spreading into other states. Why have Americans for so long accepted a belief in their own powerlessness? Is this now a struggle for democracy itself? Guest on this show is Yes! Magazine's founder and Executive Editor Sarah van Gelder, and this discussion focuses on power, who really has it: the Koch Brothers' Tea Party or the unions. And why it matters to us all.

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