When enough is not enough

It was the end of an ordinary day, when a most ordinary woman made a decision.  This woman, the kind that is easily ignored, took a stand that galvanized a revolution, and gathered the downtrodden.  Her actions were prompted by a recognizable human condition: she was too tired. She was too tired of the official squeezes,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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