A demonstrator with the Occupy Wall Street movement holds a sign near Zuccotti Park in New York, Nov. 15, 2011. The gap between the ultrarich and the middle class is no longer just a rallying cry to incite anticapitalist advocates, but instead the issue has become mainstream, debated in arenas where the primacy of laissez-faire capitalism once was taken for granted.
A demonstrator with the Occupy Wall Street movement holds a sign near Zuccotti Park in New York, Nov. 15, 2011. The gap between the ultrarich and the middle class is no longer just a rallying cry to incite anticapitalist advocates, but instead the issue has become mainstream, debated in arenas where the primacy of laissez-faire capitalism once was taken for granted. ROBERT STOLARIK NYT
A demonstrator with the Occupy Wall Street movement holds a sign near Zuccotti Park in New York, Nov. 15, 2011. The gap between the ultrarich and the middle class is no longer just a rallying cry to incite anticapitalist advocates, but instead the issue has become mainstream, debated in arenas where the primacy of laissez-faire capitalism once was taken for granted. ROBERT STOLARIK NYT