They endured challenging weather, police repression, and hostile coverage by big media companies. So what drove people all over the country (and the world) to come together to set up camp, sometimes for long periods of time, in protest of political and economic injustice? In a series of short essays and speeches by “occupy” participants and supporters, this little book (84 pages) provides a glimpse into some of the thinking behind the movement.
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