Main Street Turns Against Wall Street

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Here's the deck for this story:

"Inflamed by the financial crisis and bailouts, a form of class warfare could haunt business leaders for years to come."

So it's "class warfare" when people are outraged by Wall Street excess, hubris, and economy-wrecking failure, but when Wall Street targets the middle class and working poor with various financial schemes and harmful legislation, that's just good business. 

This article is filled with loaded words and biased language, and of course there is no alternative perspective presented except for one quote from the AFL-CIO's John Sweeney. You can smell the fear emanating from the stockholders, boardrooms, and privileged pundits.


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This page contains a single entry by jaymill published on September 28, 2008 11:18 AM.

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