- File Size: 5779 KB
- Print Length: 255 pages
- Publication Date: January 12, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006WW9LJG
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The 99%: How the Occupy Wall Street Movement Is Changing America Kindle Edition
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Sarah is a graduate of Vermont College of Fine Art's MFA program in Writing and a proud member of JASNA, the Jane Austen Society of North America. Sarah lives in New York City with her husband Simon, also a writer.
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One person suggested the slogan: "why not call ourselves the 99 percent? If 1 percent of the population have ended up with all the benefits of the last 10 years of economic growth, control the wealth, own the politicians, why not just say we've everybody else?" (Pg. 26) Of the young participants, they note, "These were kids who played by the rules. They were rewarded with a future of constant harrassment, of being told they were worthless deadbeats by agents of those very financial institutions that---after having spectacularly failed to play by the rules, and crashing the world economy as a result, were saved and coddled by the government in all the ways that ordinary Americans such as themselves were not." (Pg.Read more ›
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