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As the Occupy Wall Street protests have gathered energy and outrage, the cost of education in America has come under attack, no doubt because student loans are the most common relationship that young Americans share with Wall Street. Wall Street, after all, is responsible for financing and packaging billions in dollars of student loans each [...]
As the Occupy Wall Street protests have grown, so too has the media response grown, from at first ignoring the protests, to exploiting them for their 15 minutes of fame, to recognizing that there are some legitimate grievances being expressed on Wall Street. The only problem is, no one seems to be able to [...]