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Occupy Wall Street Mens T-shirt, Occupy Wall St. Movement Protest Tee Shirt, XXX-Large, Black

Occupy Wall Street Mens T-shirt, Occupy Wall St. Movement Protest Tee Shirt, XXX-Large, Black
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Our Mens T-shirts are made of a fully machine washable cotton blend for a cool, versatile and comfortable fit every time.

Occupy Family Funny Diaper Cover by CafePress

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Bear Cave System of motivational artwork with designed gifts,home and office products by Kansas artist pabear48. Inspiring Motivational Native American and Family Art Funny Diaper Cover Our unique customized diaper cover allows mom to swaddle baby in a comfortable cotton cover, while providing an extra safety measure, since babies can't undo the cover. Double stitched for durability and extra protection from diaper leakage, our baby knic

Occupy My Life Funny Diaper Cover by CafePress

Occupy My Life Funny Diaper Cover by CafePress
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Bear Cave System of motivational artwork with designed gifts,home and office products by Kansas artist pabear48. Inspiring Motivational Native American and Family Art Funny Diaper Cover Our unique customized diaper cover allows mom to swaddle baby in a comfortable cotton cover, while providing an extra safety measure, since babies can't undo the cover. Double stitched for durability and extra protection from diaper leakage, our baby knic

Occupy (Occupied Media Pamphlet Series)

Occupy (Occupied Media Pamphlet Series)
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Easy to read, affordable, loaded with photos and practical advice for activists, “Occupy is another vital contribution from Chomsky to the literature of defiance and protest, and a red-hot rallying call to forge a better, more egalitarian future....[an] excellent read."—AlternetSince its sudden appearance in September 2011, the Occupy Movement has spread to thousands of towns and cities across the world. For some it?s the economy. For others, it?s something deeper. Through relentless organizing and ongoing civil disobedience, the movement now occupies the global conscience as its influence spreads from street assemblies and protests to op-ed pages and the corridors of power. From the movement?s onset, Noam Chomsky was there, offering his voice, his support, and his detailed analysis of what?s been going down and what might be done.In Occupy, Chomsky presents his latest thinking on the core issues, questions and demands that are driving ordinary people to protest. How did we get to this point? How do the wealthiest 1% influence society? How can we separate money from politics? What would a genuine democracy look like? How can we create new institutions to increase freedom and equality for all?Following the old course, says Chomsky, isn?t going to work. He argues that if we continue to follow the model of growth set for us by the 1%, we'll be like lemmings walking off a cliff. The only alternative is to get involved and fight for a better future. If not now, when? If not us, who?Read this book if you want to do something to protect freedom, democracy, and the economy from further corporate influence and control.

This Changes Everything: Occupy Wall Street and the 99% Movement

This Changes Everything: Occupy Wall Street and the 99% Movement
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We Are the 99%The Occupy Wall Street movement named the core issue of our time: the overwhelming power of Wall Street and large corporations? something the political establishment and most media have long ignored.But the movement goes far beyond this critique. This Changes Everything shows how the movement is shifting the way people view themselves and the world, the kind of society they believe is possible, and their own involvement in creating a society that works for the 99% rather than just the 1%.Attempts to pigeonhole this decentralized, fast-evolving movement have led to confusion and misperception. In this volume, the editors of YES! Magazine bring together voices from inside and outside the protests to convey the issues, possibilities, and personalities associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement.This book features contributions from Naomi Klein, David Korten, Rebecca Solnit, Ralph Nader, and others, as well as Occupy activists who were there from the beginning, such as David Graeber, Marina Sitrin and Hena Ashraf. It offers insights for those actively protesting or expressing support for the movement?and for the millions more who sympathize with the goal of a more equitable and democratic future.   (20111222)

Occupying Force Humor Car Magnet 10 x 3 by CafePress

Occupying Force Humor Car Magnet 10 x 3 by CafePress
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We have an occupying force in our nation. We call it the Federal Government. Humor Car Magnet 10 x 3 Share what's on your mind with a personalized magnetic bumper sticker for your auto. Choose from thousands of custom bumper sticker magnets or larger sizes for the car door of your vehicle. Get one today to express your passion or promote a cause or bus

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Peaceful Occupy 10x3quot; Bumper Sticker Peace Sticker Bumper by CafePress

Peaceful Occupy 10x3quot; Bumper Sticker Peace Sticker Bumper by CafePress
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Tell the world how you feel Our bumper stickers are perfect for expressing yourself while cruising down the highway or just for posting on the wall. Size: 10quot; x 3quot;Available in Opaque white or Transparent clearP Peace Sticker Bumper Tell the world how you feel Our bumper stickers are perfect for expressing yourself while cruising down the highway or just for posting on the wall. Size: 10 x 3. Available in Opaque white or Transparent clear. P

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occupied Old Sticker Rectangle Our stickers are printed on 4mil vinyl using water and UV resistant inks 150; meaning no fading in the sun or bleeding in the rain.Size: 3 x 5. Available in Opaque white or Transparent clear. Printed on durable 4

Occupying Force Humor Sticker Bumper by CafePress

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We have an occupying force in our nation. We call it the Federal Government. Humor Sticker Bumper Tell the world how you feel Our bumper stickers are perfect for expressing yourself while cruising down the highway or just for posting on the wall. Size: 10 x 3. Available in Opaque white or Transparent clear. P

Occupy (Occupied Media Pamphlet Series)

Occupy (Occupied Media Pamphlet Series)
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With urgency and clarity, Noam Chomsky speaks with the movement as it transitions from occupying tent camps to occupying the national conscience

Occupy: American Spring

Occupy: American Spring
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Glenn Beck TV and Blaze correspondent Buck Sexton goes behind the scenes at Occupy Wall Street and explores the radical roots and revolutionary goals that lie beneath the not-so-ragtag movement.Occupy Wall Street (OWS) became the biggest news story in the world during the fall of 2011. Under the banner of the "99%", the Occupiers spread their message of class warfare and revolution across the globe.     Using cutting-edge digital media propaganda combined with the street protest strategies honed by 1960s radicals, OWS has already changed our political system.      Now they seek to change our future.     The American Spring has arrived. The Occupiers plan to dominate news headlines by using direct action protests across the country during this pivotal presidential election year. They intend to take to the streets in every major U.S. city. The stakes could not be higher.     Buck Sexton, a former CIA counterterrorism and counterinsurgency analyst, has covered the Occupiers from the start. He?s infiltrated their marches and "general assemblies" at every major OWS event to uncover the truth about this neo-Marxist movement. With a focus on history, ideology and tactics, Sexton breaks down OWS?and its plans for reshaping America.

Leapers (A Rick Waverly mystery/adventure)

Leapers (A Rick Waverly mystery/adventure)
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When Rick Waverly leaves a Midwest steel town to become a writer for American Prosperity magazine in the big city, he fools himself into believing he's escaped his blue-collar roots. For twenty years, he works at the magazine devoted to idolizing the extreme rich--CEOs, CFOs, hedge fund managers. Leapers is about Rick's discoveries concerning money and position as he researches his final story for the magazine to uncover the secrets of C. Douglas Fugassi, a reclusive billionaire. Rick is exhausted, worn down by his career and life in the city. He?d long shunned the city?s most unpleasant aspects. But they materialize in the form of Soog, a grizzled homeless man who sets up camp in a shabby park below his window. Rick digs into the Fugassi assignment, while at the same time he gets to know Soog, who reminds him of his roots. Rick bounces between the world of the homeless man and the wealthy people connected to the missing billionaire. Rick makes love to a woman with mysterious ties to the 11th richest person in America, and he has other breaks that lead him to close in on his quarry. Leapers is a novella for the era of Occupy Wall Street. It continues the spirit of writers such as John Steinbeck and John O'Hara who were producing social novels in the 1930s. Leapers is the first installment in a planned Rick Waverly mystery/adventure series.Dale Maharidge is the author of many other books, including And Their Children After Them, which was awarded the 1990 Pulitzer Prize in non-fiction, and Journey to Nowhere, The Saga of the New Underclass, which inspired Bruce Springsteen to write the song "Youngstown." He is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University in New York City. This is his first published fiction.

Occupy This

Occupy This
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Feminist and social activist Judy Rebick brings decades of experience to her account of the Occupy movement in cities across North America. Linking Occupy to social movements of the past and exploring the courage and creativity of a new generation, Rebick argues that the Occupy movement and its counterparts around the globe represent a rise of people power at least as important as the 1960s. Inspired by the Arab Spring, informed by the Indignados (the "Indignant Ones" who protested austerity cuts in Europe and Latin America) and responding to a call from the Canadian magazine Adbusters to occupy Wall Street, a group of young people set up a camp near the Stock Exchange in New York City on September 17, 2011. They called out to the 99 percent to occupy Wall Street, which they saw as the root of much of the injustice and inequality in the world. Marvelling at how quickly the Occupiers gained support and impressed by their organizing ability and commitment to non-hierarchical democratic processes, Rebick says the encampments provide the sense of community that neo-liberal capitalism-- with its emphasis on the individual instead of the collective good -- has destroyed. Occupiers aren't so much rebelling, she maintains, as creating an alternative to the dominant cultural, economic, and social systems ? in other words, a cultural revolution. Filled with eye-opening anecdotes and thoughtful interviews with activists around the globe, Occupy This! is an inspiring look at a new wave of change.

Occupy Psyche: Jungian and Archetypal Perspectives on a Movement

Occupy Psyche: Jungian and Archetypal Perspectives on a Movement
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A contribution to the growing cannon of literature on the Occupy Movement, this collection of essays engages Jungian, archetypal, and depth psychological ways of understanding how Occupy is living in the collective imagination, or, how psyche is occupying collectives through the movement. The tension between the 99% and the 1% is amplified by some authors through images of the Villain and the Hero, Positive/Negative Father Complex, the body-head split, and notions of ensouled action versus degrees of soulessness. Other authors indwell the between spaces with storytelling, embodied imagining into the fractured skull of Scott Olsen, and questions of how to situate movement and its edges. Working alchemical stones of hope, this book is a dynamic conversation into the unconscious complexes of Occupy that remembers to cast a critical eye on the potential failings of its own epistemological structures.

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