‘Occupy’ Crowd Too Focused on Wall Street, Not Enough on Corporate Power: Author
“But for those who say the Wall Street protesters need to offer specific demands, James Hoopes, professor of ethics at Babson College disagrees: “They’re wrong. Occupy Wall Street already has a specific demand. It is aimed not at investment banks or government, but at us ordinary citizens. The protestors are demanding that we stop trusting corporate power,” he writes.
That’s essentially the premise of Hoopes’ new book, Corporate Dreams. He joined The Daily Ticker’s Aaron Task to explain why Americans need to be just as cautious and skeptical of Corporate America as they have become of Wall Street and government.”