"Whether you define corruption in narrow terms or, like Morales, view it as a more systemic issue, the problem should be addressed from the top down. An effort to clean up corruption should focus on its grand practitioners, not its penny-ante con men.
Those who have erected protest camps on Wall Street have found a great place to start. Since 2008, not a single senior executive in the US banking industry has faced jail time for fuelling one of the largest financial crises in history. In part, this is because financiers have succeeded in making much of their nefarious activity legal