Occupy Wall

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Running Head: Occupy Wall Street Movement Occupy Wall Street By: Barbara Manley Business 309 Professor: Dr. Badowski January 29, 2013 Running Head: Occupy Wall Street Movement 1 Occupy Wall Street Movement The Occupy Wall Street Movement came about in September of 2011. This was a movement about corporate money ant the influences it has on the politics. Many supported this movement because they felt that politics” supported corporate greed, as well as financial and social inequality.” (Haidt, 2012). One moral view of this was focused on democracy, which must were lead to believe was controlled mostly money and not the people which is what a democracy is supposed to be focused on. Those who supported (OWS) Occupy Wall Street believed…show more content…
This will leave no room for guessing and trying to figure out what they are really trying to convey. For example if a person in a position of power is seeking to take advantage of a situation they tend to try to hide that fact but it usually comes out when they are call out about certain things they have been doing and then they try to cover those things up, but in the end the ethics theory will speak for itself. Determine who is responsible for income inequality and wealth distribution in the U.S. in your analyze make sure to include if this is something that happened suddenly or if it built up over time. Explain your rationale. I would have to say that the government is responsible for the income inequality and wealth distribution in the U.S. that we see today, this has been like this for years, many the people that are in higher paying positions are those of power and influence and they don’t have to abide by the same rules as those who are considered middle class, or lower class, they don’t pay their taxes like they should and those who are less fortunate than them are left to bare the burden, the upper class folks pretty much run the economy and could care less about those who can barely make their daily needs and provide for their family. We can go back

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