This was the start of a moving day that has not been seen in this city in a great many years, back when the unions were large and nasty to those who opposed the war in Vietnam back in the '60s and '70s.
Now yesterday, they joined hands with the young, and people were mostly orderly and all for the idea that the troops be pulled out of Afghanistan and that we need jobs for the young unemployed around here.
They were angry, and they shouted about the injustice of a tiny percentage of the rich getting richer, while the middle class endures foreclosures, dwindling savings and sudden losses in employment with the jobs going to places like China.
Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine, on people finally standing up after the banks destroyed the economy in 2008:
Ever wonder why we got into this crisis?
Twenty golden years of consolidation and concentration of ownership.