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Wall Street Protests #1004753

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 09, 2011
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(Studio: David Muir) The fourth week of protests against Wall Street in New York City and the spread of the movement across the country and around the world introduced; signs and rallies shown.

(New York and studio: Cecilia Vega) The movement to occupy Wall Street featured; map of world protests sites and images from New York and Washington, DC, shown. [Virginia's Tom ECK†, New Hampshire's Will HOPKINS†, music mogul Russell SIMMONS†- list complaints.] The overarching theme of frustration with the economy discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) The reaction of politicians to the Wall Street movement reported. [Representative Eric CANTOR†- complains about the "growing mobs."] [On "This Week," Representative Nancy PELOSI - responds to Cantor.] [Republican presidential candidates Mitt ROMNEY, Herman CAIN - respond to questions.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) The risk for Republican and Democratic politicians in responding to the movement discussed.

Muir, David;
Vega, Cecilia;
Klein, Rick

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