What The Hell Happened to @OccupyWallst? Or, Our New Boss, Justine Tunney

By: Friday February 7, 2014 6:55 pm

Yesterday, the almost 200,000 followers of @OccupyWallSt — viewed by many as the original and even “official” voice of the movement — were in for a surprise.

 

FDL Book Salon Welcomes David Graeber, The Democracy Project: A History, A Crisis, A Movement

By: Saturday April 27, 2013 1:59 pm

It is a breath of fresh air to find an account of the Occupy movement that is avowedly radical instead of liberal, optimistic instead of regretful or bitter, and based on a first-hand insider perspective. The origins of Occupy Wall Street have become much contested, and at this point it is a badge of pride for some to say they were there at Zuccotti Park on the first day, September 17, 2011. But David Graeber was there long before that, at the first General Assembly in New York following Adbusters’ call – which, as he tells it, was almost hijacked so that it was not a GA at all but rather yet another rally with designated speakers, until he and other anarchist-leaning “horizontals” who were there dragged it back on course.

Money in a Trillion Dollar Coin World

By: Sunday January 13, 2013 10:30 am

It’s very impolite to talk about money in polite circles, like Washington, D.C. Too bad, suckers.

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