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The Occupy Wall Street movement began in lower Manhattan one year ago today, expanding through the fall to rallies and marches in more than 100cities worldwide climaxing in social relevance around December 2011 when Time Magazine named "The Protester" Time's 2011 "Person of the Year," with the cover reading "From the Arab Spring to Athens, from Occupy Wall Street to Athens." The movement faded through the winter and spring, with today's anniversary protest hoping to reignite the movement only attracting a few hundred activists at events that had previously brought thousands.

TheBlaze's Mike Opelka and Buck Sexton have written extensively about the Occupy Wall Street movement, and attended some of the protests Monday. Opelka and Sexton joined Andrew Wilkow on TheBlaze TV Monday to discuss what they saw in lower Manhattan earlier today, and reflections they have now on the Occupy Wall Street movement one year later:

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