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Occupy Wall Street

Holding up their placards in Zuccotti Park, the protest movement brought to the attention of the American people the gross inequities in U.S. society. “People Before Profit”; “Human Need, Not Corporate Greed”; “Exclusive Wealth and Excessive Consumption are Dying Paradigms”; “Wall Street is a Casino”; “Too Big to Fail Too Big to Allow”; “Because They Are Going to Drive Our Planet Off a Cliff”; “Our Children Deserve Better”; “We Are You”; “If Your Neighbors Are Poor, You Are Poor”; “You are going to die. What will you leave behind?” Dylan Thomas’s “Do not go gentle into that good night”, was written on one placard, “Rage, rage against the dying of the light”.

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