Occupy Wall Street: Protesting the One Per Cent

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The Agenda in the Summer's look back on still-relevant current affairs issues continues as we revisit significant protests that, during their time, were unprecedented. First, a discussion about 2011's Occupy Wall Street in New York, the spark that sent protesters into financial districts in many cities around the world, including in Canada. What were they asking for? Were these events, and similar ones, anti-globalization movement reborn, or something more?
Occupy Wall Street: Protesting the One Per Cent
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