Dreaming in Public: The Building of the Occupy Movement (Paperback)
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This provides with a stunningly comprehensive compilation of materials, from public statements to engaged reportage, essays focused on analysis and strategy, and documentation of the visual culture of the movement. Neither a narrative of the events nor an observer analysis but an assembly of primary sources - the 'raw materials' that developed within the movement. Created by two New York-based Occupy movement participants, Amy Schrager Lang and Daniel Lang/Levitsky, the book includes contributions from a wealth of protagonists, including Barbara Kingsolver, Naomi Klein, Sara Paretsky, Lemony Snicket, and Staughton Lynd. This collection will be essential in classrooms in a wide variety of the social sciences - sociology, history, political science - as well as in the humanities and in interdisciplinary fields like American Studies.
New Internationalist Publications Ltd
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