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Economic inequality

The 'Moral March on Wall Street' is part of a nationwide effort to enact fairer economic policies.
The world is owned by just 85 people.
Nearly a third of renters pay 50% or more of their annual income to simply exist in their homes.
Despite the somewhat shark-jumping designation of "The Protester" as Time Magazine's Person of the Year, it's difficult to imagine something that so thoroughly engulfed the public discourse at the end of 2011 as Occupy Wall Street. Click through to see our top five most salient moments of the movement.
Families living in middle class neighborhoods have dropped from 65% to 44% since 1970.
"We are a very safe building at this point in time since we seem to have all our exits and entrances are all being watched," UFT President Michael Mulgrew says.
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