A Nation of Moochers
Charles Sykes argues that an increasing number of Americans think they are entitled to benefit off of the hard work of others. He says that… read more
Charles Sykes argues that an increasing number of Americans think they are entitled to benefit off of the hard work of others. He says that the Occupy Movement, which started as a legitimate protest against Wall Street moochers, has come to exemplify this way of thinking. He responded to questions from members of the audience at Next Chapter Bookshop in Mequon, Wisconsin. close
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A Nation of Moochers
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