the difficulty with the occupy wallstreet idea is that most people don't even understand what its about. There are alternative ways our countries can be run, capitalism has a ton of flaws. You're might be right that the people who worked hard deserve some reward (except life isn't fair and success doesn't always come from hard work and talent). It is the whole system that they are trying to change, you understand this as rich vs. middle, but its bigger than that and in a way the upper, middle, and lower classes are all victims of this system, it is hurting mankind and humanity. Nobody feels good about exploiting developping countries, pushing thousands of species to extinction, or not providing high enough wages for our people, etc. but its just the way it has to be in the current system. At least that's what I think occupy is about, tbh i haven't read anything about it but a TA mentioned it in class briefly (im a bio major w/ anthro fyi so no im not a hippy, just educated/aware)
William Wood also was known by the name of William Charles Henry. He was born in 1864 and died in 1947. During that time, he wrote 10 books.
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