Posted 3 years ago on Nov. 15, 2011, 6:38 p.m. EST by jhoffman
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The other day I was writing an economic paper, and I remembered that we didn't get out of the Great Depression until a particular event changed how legislators perceived things. The same could said about occupy wall street, and the message these protestors sent isn't going away any time soon. Secondly, the corporations whom are currently occupying our nation will soon gain an upper hand over the course of the winter. Fortunately just like any guerilla war campaign, occupations normally see their fiercest resistance occur during the spring. Why does this happen? The answer is simple. As the weather improves more individuals are willing to join the fight, and much of their success is based on months of planning. Hopefully protestors learn about what they did right, and what they got wrong.