The protesters who left Occupy Boston over the past two days can hold their heads high, having accomplished much in two and a half months. Those who chose to remain, seeking a confrontation with police, risk undermining those very accomplishments. Since it was established on Sept. 30, the tent encampment in Dewey Square served as a daily reminder of the human cost of the recent economic downturn.
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