Occupy Wall Street: what do they really want?

Katie Hinderer | 20 October 2011
There seems to be no one driving desire of Occupy Wall Street – other than to change the status quo. Change is good, but shouldn’t we have an idea of what we want to change in order for our voice to be heard and actually respected?
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