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Occupy Wall Street

Will it last? Skeptics are entitled to their doubts, but I'm confident that, as with the Populist movement of a century ago, OWS will bring lasting change

Occupy Wall Street library

The NYPD has twice raided the occupation’s collection, confiscating and destroying books. But never underestimate the power of librarians.

Occupy Wall Street has exposed a system that regards people as disposable, but not usually so literally.

Civil disobedience says, in effect, that the law is not sacred when a better world is at stake.

How the 99 percent won in the hottest election of 2011.

Occupy Wall Street

After the raid on Zuccotti Park by the NYPD, Occupy Wall Street came back in full force with a full day of action.

With a prejudicial tax code and a decrease in financial regulations, it's a good time to be a CEO.

Around 175 people were arrested during a concerted action to shut down New York's financial district.

At least 175 people were arrested during a concerted action to shut down New York's financial district.

Sometimes, a villain can be more energizing than a leader to a movement. 

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A conservative conference shows the right is obsessed with Occupy Wall Street, and it’s making them nervous.

November 6, 2011

 Boulder voters reject corporate personhood, and move to replace private power with a public utility.

November 4, 2011

Is Occupy Wall Street becoming more political?

November 4, 2011

“This is the proudest I’ve ever been of America in the 25 years of my life.”

November 3, 2011

Boulder votes against corporate personhood, and then they vote to replace their private power supplier with a municipal utility.

 

November 2, 2011

The New School, with its tradition of outspoken dialogue and free debate, is probably the ideal site for an OWS teach-in.

November 2, 2011

A Syracuse senior issues a call to action.

November 2, 2011

One out of five American children live in poverty. Among them, 40 percent of African-American children and 35 percent of Hispanic children live below the poverty line. We know this is a problem, but how should we address it?

November 1, 2011

The anatomy of a movement at Bowdoin College.

November 1, 2011

This video, courtesy of Occupy Animators, helps explain what’s at stake and why the new movement against economic inequality is growing so rapidly.

November 1, 2011