Michael Lewis On #OWS: This Is How Reform Happens

Michael Lewis, of course, is the author of The Big Short, The Blind Side and more recently Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World. Asked if Wall Street should be worried about the protests: "They should be worried, this is how reform

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Michael Lewis, of course, is the author of The Big Short, The Blind Side and more recently Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World.

Asked if Wall Street should be worried about the protests: "They should be worried, this is how reform happens."

He also remarked that Occupy Wall Street "has justice on their side."

Preach.


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