heres a quote from the article
"He’s not only trying to atone for what he’s done and make sense of it, he’s also out there trying to make sense of where he fits in. In the process he keeps running into everyday people who have real-life problems — the sort of problems that the Avengers don’t normally get involved with. He begins to form a team that’s tackling what we’d call, for lack of a better term, everyday issues.
I use that term hesitantly because sometimes everyday issues are critical life-and-death issues. You live in Michigan, and I was just reading about the court decision in the Flint water fiasco. That should not be an everyday issue. Those are the sorts of things that Hawkeye — or Clint Barton, I should say, because he’s really more Clint than Hawkeye at this point — finds himself getting caught up in. He’s representing and protecting the underdog. Or, for lack of a better term, that 99 percentile that is sort of synonymous with the Occupy movement; the people who are often trod upon, can’t protect themselves, and don’t feel like they’re being protected because of things like corporate interests or political corruption. "