How Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Victory Began in New York City’s Zuccotti Park

Ever since the Occupy movement hit the streets, an explosion of worker unrest—especially among Walmart employees, workers at fast-food chains, janitors, and hospital workers—has shaped the political life of America's cities.

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