Thirty Years of Unleashed Greed

October 27, 2011 at 4:30 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Robert Scheer writing via Truthdig, thinks the Occupy Wall Street movement could justifiably be enlarged commensurately with the growth rate of the after tax income over the last 3 decades of the top 1%.

In the face of the evidence that class inequality had been rising sharply in the United States even before the banking-induced recession, it would seem that the Occupy Wall Street protests are a quite measured and even timid response to the crisis.


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