Whenever Time has done something in general terms, whether a group or the masses (as individuals), you will have people who argue in favor of it as endlessly as those who criticize the magazine for the choice. I fall on the side of the critics, but that doesn't mean I deny the impact of populist movements in 2010-2011 in the social/political discussion. I just find it editorially lazy.
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I would think the protesters would win for group of the year or event of the year but not PERSON singular.
Makes sense. This really has been a year of protests.
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