By  on November 3, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO — The city of Oakland on Thursday worked to get back to normal after thousands of protesters a day earlier disrupted businesses and overnight shut down the nation’s fifth busiest port.

The Port of Oakland reopened Thursday morning as a few protesters from Occupy Oakland — one of the offshoots of Occupy Wall Street in New York — remained at the marine terminal gates, although they were no longer preventing the passage of trucks and employees.

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