Protester Chic

May 2000
Time;5/1/2000, Vol. 155 Issue 18, p21
Compares the technique and fashion of protestors in Miami, Florida at the home of the relatives of Elian Gonzalez and in Washington, D.C. during the meeting of the International Monetary Fund. Accesories donned by demonstrators, including mobile telephones and hats; Methods of coordinating the crowds.


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