Early Tuesday morning, Occupy Wall Street was evicted from its home in lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park. Their tent city dismantled, the clamorous demonstrators — who are beginning to fall out of favor with Americans — contemplated what to do next, and settled on a "Day of Action" to commemorate the movement's two-month anniversary. Did the raucous protest, which led to mass arrests, help the cause?
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