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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Perception of the Fair Society to Reach the American Dream. It needs to be at least 2000 words.Occupy Wall Street was an international mobilization
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Perception of the Fair Society to Reach the American Dream. It needs to be at least 2000 words.
Occupy Wall Street was an international mobilization, but Gitlin discusses it in term of American society alone and thus presenting a one-sided narrative of a story. However, the root cause of the Occupy Wall Street, its significance and its tactics are an international and domestic view of the need for steering change in a different manner than the traditional mass mobilization of people in towns and cities to agitate for individual and collective gains.
The recent financial crisis brought to halt the housing sector with people losing their jobs and investments. However, the financial institution reaped substantial profit and also paid their executive enormous bonuses (Calhoun 2). To avoid the sector from collapsing the government used public fund to bail out the bank who continued to their treacherous spending on bonuses rather than practice stringent measures to safeguard a future financial turmoil. The financial crisis brought grief to the public due to lose of income and threat of layoffs and foreclosures. The public occupied the street where the bank was affected in Europe, America, Africa and in China spackling a worldwide movement of Occupy Wall Street. People shared images of urban occupation not only in financially stricken countries, but also in the Arab world where there was a wave of Arab spring from Tunisia, the Egypt, and Libya.  .
The Occupy Wall Street did not just happen as a result of the financial crisis, but the result of a prehistory campaign by the World Social Forum and support from U.S domestic campaigns by intellectuals. Therefore, the Occupy Wall Street is not an American making, but an international combined effort in issues that have similarities or are parallel to many nations in the world. The shared visual images connect people in this era of globalization.
The Occupy Wall Street has helped limit the movement as it was in the 1960. The movement has been taken over by the occupation of public parks and city squares. The gathering thus represents ‘the people’ as a symbolic tactic. Strangers become friends and start socializing and organizing themselves to challenges and upset the owners of public spaces (Calhoun). . .