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OCCUPY WALL STREET & THE TEA PARTY By Zachary French
History 2008 – Housing bubble burst Worst economic times since Great Depression Great Recession President Obama elected on “hope and change”
Occupy Wall Street Founded September 17, 2011 in New York City Businesses have too much say in government Income Inequality between the 1% + 99%
The Tea Party Claims to be the same movement as the Boston Tea Party Believes in the U.S. Constitution Set of Core Beliefs Fiscal Responsibility Reduce Taxes Smaller Government
Common Ground Opposed taxpayer funded bailouts of corporations Both believe that special interests play too big a role in government
Opposition Country is most politically divided since the Civil War Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street are too far apart Gun legislation
Conclusion Differences can be put aside to achieve a common goal
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