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What was AdBuster's intent with Occupy Wall Street, legally? [closed]

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Aug 11, 2022 06:28 PM 0 Answers
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AdBusters brought out 5-15k seeking 20k supporters over the monthlong protests at wall street with the one demand:

"Representation not corporation."

Can I have the stellar stackexchange users to opine on artifacts of the events as to what could this "demand" possibly imply, legally?

Specifically, how can occupy wall street be enacted so as declared by demonstrators' definitions? Quotes from demonstrators and polls at the event would be retributable by me.

"[Tax the rich]"

Specifically, is the issue with outright wealth inequality not to make tax exemptions uniform? Perhaps $100k/hold abstain appropriations? Embargo subsidy for existing business? I could go on, but I am tired.

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