Quebec Provincial Police use tear gas to disperse students protesting against tuition hikes at the Lionel Groulx college Tuesday, May 15, 2012 in Ste. Therese, Quebec, Canada. About one-third of post-secondary students in Quebec are boycotting classes in a protest against tuition hikes that has lasted more than three months. What started as a battle over a $325-a-year fee hike appears to have morphed into a broader struggle over the role of the state, the legitimacy of protest tactics, and the boundaries of authority. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)

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Quebec Provincial Police use tear gas to disperse students protesting against tuition hikes at the Lionel Groulx college Tuesday, May 15, 2012 in Ste. Therese, Quebec, Canada.  About one-third of post-secondary students in Quebec are boycotting classes in a protest against tuition hikes that has lasted more than three months. What started as a battle over a $325-a-year fee hike appears to have morphed into a broader struggle over the role of the state, the legitimacy of protest tactics, and the boundaries of authority.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)
Quebec Provincial Police use tear gas to disperse students protesting against tuition hikes at the Lionel Groulx college Tuesday, May 15, 2012 in Ste. Therese, Quebec, Canada. About one-third of post-secondary students in Quebec are boycotting classes in a protest against tuition hikes that has lasted more than three months. What started as a battle over a $325-a-year fee hike appears to have morphed into a broader struggle over the role of the state, the legitimacy of protest tactics, and the boundaries of authority. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Ryan Remiorz)
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