Unhappy Campers

Pasquale, Frank
September 2012
Commonweal;9/28/2012, Vol. 139 Issue 16, p10
The article discusses ways in which the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement may play into the November 2012 presidential election in the U.S. The possible influence that the Occupy movement may exert on both the Democratic and Republic political parties is addressed. It is also observed how most of the members of the Occupy movement target their discontent on financial executives who became wealthier through other people's money and who leverage their influence in the government.


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