__aaqpaq9254 writes: Daniel P. Aldrich documents the surging civil dissent in Japan, post-Fukushima. Here's a quote: "Tens of thousands filled the square as the echoes of the speaker at the podium boomed through huge speakers. Some came in anger, others in grief, but all agreed: It was time for a change. Many carried banners, others carried drums; some had taken their children out of school to attend. No, this wasn't Tahrir Square; it was Tokyo, Japan..."
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