The protestors in Dewey Square are finding out exactly what kind of devotion to task it takes to camp outside in Boston as the winter sets in.
We are reminded of General George Washington’s troops doing the same here and in Cambridge during the winter of 1775 and during a number of winters that followed.
Bivouacking in Dewey Square will separate the men from the boys. It will also separate the women from the girls.
Mostly, it will lead most of the protestors who might not be inclined to pray, to do so for an early spring.