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Liberty Square - A History of Occupy Wall Street By Oscar ten Houten
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This is an account of sixty days of Occupy Wall Street, based on the image that was forged by the occupiers themselves and by the press. It chronicles the movement of the ‘99%’, and their... More > conviction that if a government is necessary, it should be a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”< Less
Conspirators, Confederates, and Christians: Occupy Wall Street Edition By Cliff Potts
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Conspirators, Confederates, and Christians is an eye-opening journey. The context allowed me to view those with power over the world through a new lens. Who is running our nation? How are they... More > composing their agenda? And, perhaps most important: To what end? My mind was suddenly hungry for answers. Cliff Potts provides his clear analysis of an on-going enigmatic cycle. His insight illuminates that we – Americans -- could be our own biggest threat. How far apart have we grown from the precepts of our founding fathers, and their ideas for our future? How long is the reaching arm of history's errors? And will the Millennium Generation allow a new future to become corrupted? Conspirators, Confederates, and Christians is an intriguing exploration on the merging of politics and religion in our world today. With perplexing concepts supported with continuity from as far back as 1790, this book is a truly mind-altering read. Matthew Doherty Readers Daily Review< Less
Economic Elite Vs. The People - Origins of the 99% Movement & Occupy Wall Street By David DeGraw
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An insider's perspective on the origins of the 99% Movement & Occupy Wall Street.
occupying dissent By robert p francis
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A must read drama for everyone. Authored by Robert P Francis. As bold and revolutionary as the movement that inspired it. The premiere Occupy drama. Activist inspired. The story of our... More > time. Forced from his position with Smith & Stanley, Andrew Torrez joins the legions of unemployed. Along with his pregnant wife Leela, they decide to move from Oakland to Albuquerque. While staying with his conservative in-laws, a heated clash breaks out. Andrew and Leela decide to take up residency in a tent at the local Occupy Wall Street camp. There they befriend Bonnie: a 60's wanna-be and hypochondriac, and Jacob: an anarchist, anti-capitalist, and camp medic. Andrew goes on a hunger strike in an attempt to prevent the camp's eviction, but will it be enough to save Camp Coyote? Bonus feature includes exciting illustrations by artist Glenn D. Woodrome. You are about to occupy dissent! LOVE, PROTEST, GREED, SEX, HUMOR, REVOLUTION, TRIUMPH, TRAGEDY, FREE SPEECH< Less
Occupy the World: From the Heart of the Protesters By Hannah Faye
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The energy from protests which began in Egypt earlier this year has spread like a wild fire throughout the world and overseas most recently touching the United States borders. On September 17, 2011... More > protesters in the U.S. began marching on the streets of New York City's financial district, Wall Street, going by the name Occupy Wall Street. They claimed it was time to "occupy" the city and take back what belonged to them. In their own words they represent the 99% against the 1%, who they believe controls the world unfairly. In a very short time Occupy Wall Street has influenced several other cities to follow suit taking on a similar name with respect to their cities: Occupy Chicago, Occupy Los Angeles, etc. Occupy the World: From the Heart of the Protesters is the first book of testimonies given from actual participants in the movement from different parts of the country. They say it's time for a global revolution and it starts right here in the hearts of protesters.< Less
The Tragedy is "the Commons" By Brian Phillips
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Since Roman times, it has been held that certain resources, such as air and water, could not and should not be privately owned, but instead held “in common.” Today, “the... More > commons” movement seeks to destroy private property rights by equating air and water with such man-made values as the Internet and the electrical grid. This booklet examines the ideas behind “the commons” and demonstrates how property rights can be applied to air and water.< Less
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As a result of poor public policy and fraudulent and underhanded corporate actions, business and governments have combined to create a world-wide economic collapse. This crisis has caused a widening... More > of the gap between the rich and the poor, record unemployment, a growing dissatisfaction of workers, an acceleration of the growth of a vast underclass, contributed to millions more children to be trapped in poverty and irreversible environmental degradation. Mr. Roger Martin's best selling book, 'FIXING THE GAME' offers a prescription on how to 'Fix' both the Business and Government Games. This essay underscores the importance of taking immediate action to 'Fix the Game'....NOW.< Less
The Rigged Race of Life By Mark Romel
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It takes a fool to participate in a race which he is guaranteed to lose. The race of life is designed to ensure you fail ... unless you belong to the privileged elite. This is a race in which it is... More > not the fastest runners who win, but those who, thanks to inheritance, are brazenly placed right in front of the finishing line. They could fall over and still win. It takes a fool to support this mad game, and that's exactly what the system produces: fools in their legions. They are the foot soldiers of the Dumbocracy, the Idiocracy, the Moronarchy. They are all slavish followers of Freedumb. The 1% have done an astounding job of controlling the 99% and making the masses serve them at all times. The 99% dream of being the 1%. That's the "American Dream". Those who dream of being part of the rich elite will never revolt against the rich elite, even when that's the only way to free themselves. Herbert Marcuse wrote, "At the highest stage of capitalism, the most necessary revolution appears as the most unlikely one."< Less
The Unholy Trinity By Dan Ashley
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For more than a generation, Wall Street, Corporate America, and The United States Congress have engaged in a systematic dismantling of our country and the American Middle Class. Their greed has... More > taken over our society and our government. Wall Street now controls our economy through their investment strategies and their ownership of Corporate America and Congress. Through political campaign contributions and lobbying, they have control over and influence the passage of legislation in the United States.< Less
The Radical Reboot By Tad Cronn
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Protests around America and the world are signs that capitalism is failing. The gap between haves and have-nots has grown too large. Joblessness, hopelessness and resentment may point to the ultimate... More > collapse of our way of life. But would-be revolutionaries are right about one thing. If we want to avoid the end of the American Dream, freedom and capitalism, it will take radical action of the kind that our political leaders seem incapable or unwilling to take. For the real solution that can change the world, we have to look thousands of years into our past.< Less

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