By now, most everyone has at least some reference point for the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon. This post is not intended to decipher whether the protesters are right or wrong. Thatâ€™s a different blog. That being said, there is an interesting ethical dilemma involving these events that have spread to many cities and towns throughout the United States and a few other countries.
The growing movement started at a small park off Wall Street in New York City when a number of protesters peacefully took over Zuccotti Park and vowed not to leave. There cause seems to run a gauntlet of ideas and covers a litany of concerns although it appears to be rooted in anger with corporate greed and government corruption. The two-month-old protest in New York Cityâ€™s financial district has grown to include thousands of participants.Continue Reading