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However, Juris believes that the economic angle of Occupy Wall Street makes this protest much different from the protests in the ’60s and ’70s.
“Student protesters in the ’60s were on the ascendant — the economy was doing very well and students were on the top rung. They had every opportunity open to them,” he said. … “[Occupy Wall Street] is made up of young people who see that the prospects are not there for them. Students are facing a very different future. The economy is doing terrible and there are not as many opportunities open … this generation has been taught that they can do anything, that the world is theirs, but they’re getting to college and finding that’s not quite true.”
The civil rights and feminist movements led to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act; the protests against the Vietnam War are largely cited as one of the reasons that the United States left Vietnam. The Occupy movements are still waiting to see legislative consequences to their demonstrations.
“I don’t think I know what the next step will be, but all the social media publicity that it is getting is definitely a step in the right direction,” Rothfuss said. “I would just encourage those involved in the movement to try and spread the message as much as possible, and I hope it continues to grow until the country is forced to pay attention to us.”