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November 5, 2011
By Dr. David Turner , The Inter-Mountain

Both the tea party and the Occupy Wall Street movement have common supporters, at least the least doctrinal members. The great booms of the 1980s and 1990s created prosperity but at a price. Gaps between the middle class and the very rich grew and power began to be distributed to fewer and fewer groups. Suddenly judgments were made by narrower constituents from everything from college curriculum to public smoking all the way to foreign policy priorities. Wealth crowded out the middle class in the 1990s and did not budge.



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