Kai Wright: Is Occupy Wall Street A Viable Movement?

Kai Wright: Is Occupy Wall Street A Viable Movement?

Kai Wright: Is Occupy Wall Street A Viable Movement?

As Occupy Wall Street gains ground, Kai Wright joins Democracy Now! to discuss whether the protests could evolve into a viable, populist movement.

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New York’s most powerful unions have endorsed it. CEOs have expressed vague concerns for their safety. As Occupy Wall Street gains ground throughout the country, Nation writer Kai Wright joins Democracy Now! to discuss whether the protests could evolve into a viable, populist movement.

You can read more of The Nation‘s coverage of the protests here and here.

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