Robert Scheer returns one year after publication of his book, "The Great American Stick Up". Things have only gotten worse. The economy continues to threaten to go completely off the rails. Wall Street bonuses are back -- big time -- and trading in exotic derivatives and the other financial gimmicks that caused the crash in the first place is back in high gear. Congress is still favoring Wall Street over Main Street. And people are still losing their homes and livelihoods.
Will they ever be held to account?
But some things have changed dramatically. A global and still-growing grassroots demand for accountability and a serious change in direction has emerged in the form of Occupy Wall Street. Can this astonishing movement -- which is pointing a laser-focused finger at Wall Street's criminals -- bring about substantive change? What changes, exactly, do we need?