Economic Priorities' attempts to change its image
New York's Irving Place is just a mile or two from Wall Street, the heart of capitalism, and a stone's throw from Union Square, where the socialist Wobblies used to make their speeches and America's unionists held their rallies. Today, the Council on Economic Priorities makes its home at No 30, using its $1.2 mn annual budget to bridge the gap between Union Square's social activists and Wall Street's institutional investors. CEP is a non-profit research group that tracks the 'social performance'
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