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Occupy Wall Street / Schiff / A Discussion #1005746

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 27, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The occupy Wall Street protests in New York City introduced; scenes shown of rich Wall Street CEO Peter Schiff† talking with the protesters while it is filmed by Reason TV.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Schiff and Princeton University Cornel West about whether the problem is free market capitalism or big government. [SCHIFF - blames big government, not capitalism--the Federal Reserve's low interest rates for the bank problems.] [WEST - says the occupy movement is about hating injustice and how we deal with social justice and market price.] [SCHIFF, WEST - bicker about the role of government intervention that interferes with the free market.]

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