| ||Occupy grew at such an exponential rate because it spoke to people's sense that the rules of our society are deeply unfair and the political system couldn't do anything about it. In the midst of systemic failure, only Occupy was talking about systemic change. Occupy transformed the public debate by naming the problem -- inequality of wealth and power -- and the cause - the power of Wall Street.
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