Posted by LK on November 17, 2011 at 16:46:02:
In Reply to: Yes there are books about the Occupy Wall Street movement posted by Moni on November 17, 2011 at 16:18:06:
Yes, there are books. Things are happening fast.
Also, check out the Wikipedia page on the occupy wall street movement. When asked why it took three years after the Wall Street bailouts, Adbusters Kalle Lasn said that after the election of President Obama there was a feeling among the young that he would pass laws to regulate the banking system and "take these financial fraudsters and bring them to justice." However, as time passed, "the feeling that he's a bit of a gutless wonder slowly crept in" and they lost their hope that his election would result in change.
In other words, they came to realize Obama turned out to be just another in-the-pocket politician.
: Because of the fast-to-publication capability of the Amazon Kindle, there are already some books out about the Occupy Wall Street movement.
: - This Changes Everything: Occupy Wall Street and the 99% Movement by Sarah van Gelder and staff of YES! Magazine
: - 40 DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD: From Occupy Wall Street to Occupy Everywhere by Greg Mitchell
: - Voices From the 99 Percent: An Oral History of the Occupy Wall Street Movement by Lenny Flank
: - The Definitive Guide To Occupy Wall Street by Prince Campbell
: - Occupy Wall Street: Social Networks and The Arab Spring by Gwendolyn Chen
: - Occupy Wall Street Revolution Handbook ~ The Unauthorized Collector's Edition by Occupy Wall Street Activists
: - Occupy Wall Street Motivate Main Street: Ten Ways the Current Movement Can Continue by Brian Newman
: - From Steve Jobs to Occupy Wall Street by Frida Ghitis
: - Real Fix: Professor Gizmo Joins Occupy Wall Street by Calvert Gamwell
: - Occupy Movement, a Single Cord Can Carry a Message by Eduardo Barraza
: - Occupy Wall Street Under Siege by Vincent Noory
: - 99 Ways to Represent the 99%: A User's Guide to the "Occupy Wall Street" Movement by Paul Argon
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