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Wall Street Protests #1004530

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 09, 2011
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Mott) The 23rd day of the occupy Wall Street protest in New York City against corporate greed featured; scenes shown of the gathering in several cities, including the Air and SPace Museum in Washington, DC. [Two PROTESTERS - say people are tired with oppression.] [On TV show, Representative Nancy PELOSI - supports the message to the establishment: change has to happen.] [Representative Eric CANTOR - expresses concern about the "mobs."] [Presidential candidate Herman CAIN - states his economic position.]

(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The occupy Wall Street movement, the risks for politicians embracing the movement as with the Tea Party and the questions of religion in politics with Mitt Romney's Mormonism and the opposition of evangelicals discussed.

Holt, Lester;
Mott, Ron;
Harwood, John

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