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The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Dec. 4-9, 2011

How well do you stay up with the news – from the mainstream to the semi-ridiculous? Take our news quiz and find out!

- Joanne Ciccarello

1. Now that the last major encampment in Boston is being disbanded, where will Occupy activists go?

The Occupy movement's national call to action, to occupy foreclosed homes in at least 20 cities from New York to Los Angeles, may violate laws against protesting on private property. Activists say the tactic is a way to take on banks, which protesters say are unfairly foreclosing on homeowners.

The Occupy movement's national call to action, to occupy foreclosed homes in at least 20 cities from New York to Los Angeles, may violate laws against protesting on private property. Activists say the tactic is a way to take on banks, which protesters say are unfairly foreclosing on homeowners.

The Occupy movement's national call to action, to occupy foreclosed homes in at least 20 cities from New York to Los Angeles, may violate laws against protesting on private property. Activists say the tactic is a way to take on banks, which protesters say are unfairly foreclosing on homeowners.

The Occupy movement's national call to action, to occupy foreclosed homes in at least 20 cities from New York to Los Angeles, may violate laws against protesting on private property. Activists say the tactic is a way to take on banks, which protesters say are unfairly foreclosing on homeowners.

Occupy foreclosed homes

 

Occupy classrooms

 

Occupy airports

 

Occupy Starbucks

 
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