Turkey's protesters seize world's attention, but what's their goal?

Peter, Tom A.
June 2013
Christian Science Monitor;6/ 4/2013, pN.PAG
As police clashed with demonstrators for the fourth night in Istanbul, a number of protesters worried that the movement is growing faster than its ability to organize around common goals, beyond that of opposition to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Even the question of whether the prime minister should resign is a bigger issue than some demonstrators say they were originally prepared to face.


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