"We cannot sustain ourselves if we don’t confront the corporate state," says Nation Institute fellow Chris Hedges in this recent conversation with Charlie Rose. Defending Occupy Wall Street’s lack of apparent leadership or formalized demands, Hedges praises the resiliency of the movement’s inner structure, and argues that their efforts to confront corporate capitalism are vital to creating a sustainable society. You can read some of Hedges’s past contributions to The Nation here.

—Teresa Cotsirilos

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