Can Occupy Do More For the Cause of Fair Elections in the US? Within the vast diversity that includes everything from the free-to-all ‘People’s Kitchen’ and the ‘Environmental Solidarity’ group, there is need for more support for election reform and for the people who work on the front line of our democracy.
Occupy Wall Street articles on Democracy Chronicles
Occupy Wall Street sparked a world movement against inequality, corruption and undue influence of the 1% versus the 99%, particularly focused on the financial industry following the Great Recession of 2008. Also see our articles on New York City, Protests, or the Tea Party.
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