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Woodstock icons entertain Occupy crowd, as protesters ready march on D.C.

Associated Press / November 9, 2011

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Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in New York City went old school yesterday as activist musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash delivered a touch of Woodstock, plans for a march to Washington were unveiled and some participants practiced another kind of democracy - voting. Demonstrators have been making their voices heard in the nation’s town squares for some time now, and the spirit of protest has remained paramount. At Zuccotti Park, Crosby and Nash, of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young were the latest entertainers to lend their talents to the cause.

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