A View of the Occupy Wall Street Movement from the Inside
A Participant's Critique of the Occupation of Wall Street

Tucker, Fritz
Date Written:  2011-10-02
Publisher:  Countercurrents
Year Published:  2011
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13309

The Occupy Wall Street movement was supposed to be a revolt against a hierarchal, dehumanizing oligopoly. In reality, all that was created was a microcosm of the same system, but with new leaders. Like our nation's leaders, Occupy Wall Street’s leaders listened to everyone’s grievances, then decided upon a pre-determined plan of action that cleverly borrowed the language of their constituency.

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