It began appallingly – with the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi in Tunisia – but the reforming hope that rose, phoenix-like, from those awful flames was spectacular; the Jasmine Revolution overtook Tunisia and flowered into the Arab Spring, Wall Street was occupied, the 1% gathered on the steps of St Paul’s, Francois Hessel published Indignez-vous! Lu […]
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