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Even Ben Bernanke says he can't blame  Occupy Wall Street , since the financial sector helped create America's current economic crisis.

Powerful Unions Jump aboard 'Occupy Wall Street' Movement

Even Ben Bernanke says he can't blame Occupy Wall Street , since the financial sector helped create America's current economic crisis.

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Friday,  we discussed Occupy Wall Street  and asked if two weeks of protests by a few hundred people might escalate into something more.

Occupy Wall Street Catches On around the Country

Friday, we discussed Occupy Wall Street and asked if two weeks of protests by a few hundred people might escalate into something more.

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