“..With one in six Americans who’d like a full-time job not able to find one – with millions of families needlessly being thrown out of their homes – with a generation of young people hampered by outlandish student debt -
- many of them exploited by for-profit colleges and for-profit lenders -
- with income and wealth inequality at staggering levels- with a Wall Street criminal class getting off scot-free –
- with a Supreme Court effectively empowering corporations and the super-rich to buy elections – and with corporate profits at record levels in the wake of the worst economic downturn in 50 years -
- it should not have taken a protest movement to focus national discussion on inequality – and corporate control over policy-making.
But it did…”
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