The Occupy movement has been a seedbed of creativity. Now it needs to declare its values.
The prosperous, urban middle-class—those who benefit from the government’s policies—have revolted against it. If even they don’t support the existing order, what future does it have?
In a volatile era, OWS’s participatory democracy makes more sense than top-down government.
Why are people drawn to the Occupy movement?
The grassroots victory shows that concern for fundamental issues such as health and clean water transcends party politics.
The Keystone fight showed ordinary Nebraskans their power. Will their unlikely alliance stick?
Iraq vet, former financial adviser and OWS protester Derek McGee reflects on the changes that have occurred in this country since September 11, 2001.
From Occupy the SEC to a plan to reduce the federal deficit, Occupy groups are diving into the nitty-gritty of crafting public policy.
Zuccotti Park was not my first occupation. But it showed me the need to live up to our values.