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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

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history
History
  • 2008 – Housing bubble burst
  • Worst economic times since Great Depression
    • Great Recession
  • President Obama elected on “hope and change”
occupy wall street
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
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
Common Ground
  • Opposed taxpayer funded bailouts of corporations
  • Both believe that special interests play too big a role in government
opposition
Opposition
  • Country is most politically divided since the Civil War
  • Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street are too far apart
    • Gun legislation
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Differences can be put aside to achieve a common goal