Occupy Wall Street, the 1% or 2%, and fashion being luxury
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Felt like I ended up in a rally in your last paragraph.
I was talking more regional context than personal life.
Occupying is thankfully not the only effective way, it adds pressure and when executed carefully can create consciousness, but on its own, without real changes in education that pave the way for those that will be policy makers in the future, it can stay in just protest, or fade away, or be susceptible to media manipulation, like it's been happening since it started. For instance, I think that when studying economics it's imperative to have in depth knowledge of Marxism, dedicate one to two semesters just to know the other 'side' of the story.. and I think that's still a bit of a taboo in the US, and to have it in the US concerns us all because let's just say they 'administer' the rest of economies. It adds a bit of sensibility imo.
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