Early on Tuesday evening, as a shivering rain fell, Nelini Stamp stood outside the headquarters of Goldman Sachs on West Street in Lower Manhattan in a waterproof poncho, her sleeping bag, protected by plastic, close at hand. An alumna of Occupy Wall Street who currently holds the position of national membership director for the Working Families Party, Ms. Stamp had helped to organize an encampment of protesters outside the investment bank, who intended to take up residence there until the end of the week, when Donald J. Trump would be sworn in as the country’s 45th president.

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