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In Europe, left parties have little to offer – despite austerity not working, TINA and despair are still the strongest cards that governance has. A closely watched and much maligned Syriza is heading the polls in Greece, but Syriza is not a typical political party - and neither is the Occupy! movement. Like Dr Frankenstein's creature, the new European left will be built from pieces of previous experimentations in people power and inclusive governance. What forms will these new progressive movements take?
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