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Unpublished Paper
The "Occupy" Movement: What's it all about?
  • Richard B. Philp, University of Western Ontario
The Occupy Wall Street movement has spread around the world and despite criticism that it lacks clear goals it has raised awareness of many of the societal problems afflicting the middle and working classes including increasing disparity of income between the very rich and the rest of the populace. This paper discusses many of these concerns and speculates on the evolution of the movement.
  • occupy wall street,
  • corporate greed,
  • oilsands pollution,
  • health risks,
  • financial policies
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Richard B. Philp. "The "Occupy" Movement: What's it all about?" (2011)
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