Nation Topics - Occupy Wall Street
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Shouldering insurmountable student debt yet seeing fewer opportunities, young Americans share the same desperation and frustration of the Arab youth.
As the D17 attempt to occupy Trinity Church’s Duarte Park showed, Occupy Wall Street is struggling to figure out if it needs a physical occupation—and if so, where.
With their emphasis on participatory direct democracy, the anarchists behind Occupy Wall Street have changed the very idea of what politics could be.
How the occupied became the occupiers.
As administrators declare there's no alternative to austerity and corporatization in higher ed, student Occupyers fight back.
With the Occupy movement, what started as a diffuse protest against economic injustice became a vast experiment in class building.
What the Occupy movement could do for poor people—and vice versa.
The president has started talking like a populist. It took the Occupy movement to make him do it.
The electoral process has been occupied by the 1 percent—which means that what you hear in this “campaign” is largely refracted versions of their views, their needs, their fears, and their wishes.
How can Occupy activists build a foundation for long-term change?
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