Research on the Lebanese Popular Movement

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        Joshua Hudelson Amid the seemingly endless COVID lockdown that is currently underway in Beirut, it is easy to forget what it’s like to be in a crowded place.  Yet barely more than a year ago, crowds of protesters were still gathering physically in public squares and highway roadblocks across the country as part of the Lebanese Popular Movement of 2019.  In the year since the protests dwindled—a combined effect of the rise of COVID, persistent police and military containment, and exhau...

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