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Occupy what? Start with health

Steve Shortell, dean emeritus, School of Public Health | April 19, 2012

The central message of the Occupy Movement is that the vast differences in resources between the upper one percent and the remaining 99% of the population is unjust. It is unjust because people have unequal opportunity to access resources and to earn a livable income. This gap has been growing over the past thirty years in … Continue reading »