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Will 'Occupy Wall Street' be Relevant in One Year?

The Tea Party movement has had an impact on everything from the 2010 mid-term elections to the U.S. deficit debate that has consumed Washington lawmakers.

As "Occupy Wall Street" protests have sprung up across the U.S., critics are saying the new movement doesn't have legs and will fizzle out in a week's time.

We want to know if you think the "Occupy Wall Street" movement will exist as a political force a year from now?

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