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A man holds the Portuguese Republic Constitution and a red carnation as thousands crowd Lisbon's main Liberdade Avenue Saturday, March 12 2011, called onto the streets by a social media campaign  to vent their frustration at grim career prospects amid an acute economic crisis that shows no sign of abating. Thousands more attended simultaneous protests at 10 other cities nationwide. The red carnation is the symbol of the 1974 revolution that restored democracy in Portugal. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
Photo by: Armando Franca
A man holds the Portuguese Republic Constitution and a red carnation as thousands crowd Lisbon's main Liberdade Avenue Saturday, March 12 2011, called onto the streets by a social media campaign to vent their frustration at grim career prospects amid an acute economic crisis that shows no sign of abating. Thousands more attended simultaneous protests at 10 other cities nationwide. The red carnation is the symbol of the 1974 revolution that restored democracy in Portugal. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

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