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Day 43 at Occupy Wall Street. Attribution Some rights reserved by david_shankbone.

The case against Wall Street

Why the protesters are angry

Read interviews with Gary Dorrien and Shane Claiborne on Occupy Wall Street.

The Occupy Wall Street movement has spread from Lower Manhattan to more than 900 cities and four continents, with major protests occurring in Washington, D.C., Boston, San Francisco, Dallas, Seattle and Phoenix. In some ways it is not the movement that many of us have wanted to see emerge over the past three years—or 30 years. Its organizers are rooted in anarchist theory and strategy; it has no analyses of corporate capitalism or theory of constructive alternatives to it; and thus far it has no demands.


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