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Wall Street Hears from Labor - "This is Unacceptable!"

By Bill Hohlfeld
Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Yesterday, at the now infamous intersection of Wall St. and Exchange Place, a broad based coalition of labor unions, community activists, and local elected officials came together to express their collective outrage on investment banking’s most recent assault on the poor, the working class and middle class of the United States.

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