By Nicholas Garlow — 10/02/10
Those in attendance at today’s One Nation March believe that reforms in sectors like education and labor are possible only if the economy is first reformed.
So they are calling for stricter regulations on Wall Street and middle class tax breaks. They maintain that those reforms will lead to economic growth, more quality jobs on main street, and a better education system.
Their message is being sent just one month before the critical midterm elections. But they are not waiting for those results. Instead they are demanding that the nation’s leaders focus their attention right now on financial reform.