Revolution: Working Class and Occupy Wall Street

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* Decide on five terms that you think best convey the idea of “revolution” * Change
* Action
* Freedom
* Equality
* Less
* Next, record your definition for each of the five terms * Change – The purpose of a revolution is change something * Action – Revolutions require an action (protest, talking to the government, or war) * Freedom – Revolutions usually desire freedom

* Equality – Another thing that causes revolution is equality * Less – usually the revolution is started by or for people with less (less rights, less money, less opportunity, etc.) * Last, rank them in their order of importance

* Change
* Action
* Freedom
* Equality
* Less
* The Occupy Wall Street Movement
* Change – The Occupy Wall Street Movement wants to the U.S. to change the economy (they believe the rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer) * Action – The Occupy Wall Street Movement is a protest. * Freedom – The Occupy Wall Street Movement wants every one to be free from the burden of making less money. * Equality – The Occupy Wall Street Movement wants the middle and lower class to be equal with the lower class. * Less – The Occupy Wall Street Movement supports people with less money

The Occupy Wall Street Movement lines up perfectly with my five words. My five words are change, action, freedom, equality, and Less. This revolution relates to the word change because The Occupy Wall Street Movement wants to the U.S. to change the economy (they believe the rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer). It relates toe the word action because The Occupy Wall Street Movement is a protest.

It relates to freedom because the Occupy Wall Street Movement wants every one to be free from the burden of making less money. It relates to equality...
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