From Iraq to Chile, the People Are Rising Up Against Neoliberalism

Iraqis take part in anti-government demonstrations in Baghdad on 8 November (AFP)

By Oscar Rickett

Across the Middle East, people are protesting. They are tired and angry. They want to see something change.

“All of them means all of them,” protesters chant in Lebanon, calling for the removal of the political and economic elite. Central Beirut, an area that had been taken over by luxury stores, has been reclaimed by the people . . .

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