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The People’s Revenge? Voting their Anger

Findsen Law

Post-Iowa and New Hampshire, articles abound regarding populist anger.  I am particularly interested in fostering awareness of the strangling hold that a very few hold over so very many.  I would particularly like to address the way the rigged system has led us to a place where the American middle class consumer cannot obtain justice but that is a topic for a different day.

Instead, I present for your reading pleasure links and snippets from other people’s articles (you’re welcome):

In the age of all-American anger: Bernie Sanders, “The Big Short” & a nation that’s had it up to here, by Edwin Lyngar, Salon Magazine, Feb. 8, 2016:

The biggest financial crime of my lifetime, the financial collapse of 2008, is a historic injustice that has gone unpunished. The people who caused it also profited from it. . . .

The housing collapse and subsequent bailout of Wall Street was a graft…

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