Chelsea Mozen, an activist for the World Bank Bonds Boycott campaign who lives in Prague, was visiting family in the United States when the World Trade Center towers fell.
Two days later she drove to Washington, D.C. to prepare for protests at the meetings of the IMF and World Bank in September. She found her fellow antiglobalization activists suffering from a rare bout of uncertainty.
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