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      Turmoils and Economic Miracles: Turkey '13 and Mexico '68

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            17. 35% high school graduates and 43% university graduates and 13% a post-graduate degree. Konda Poll for the T24. 4.411 people participated in the resistance on June 6–7, almost in its peak http://t24.com.tr/haber/konda-gezi-parki-anketi-cikardi/231889

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            29. See for example the work of .

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