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Occupy Everything: Anarchists in the Occupy Movement 2009-2011

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Anarchists have been part of Occupy since before it was even clearly a movement. This is a book where anarchists, in their own words, express how and why they engaged in Occupy, what methods they used, and how to evaluate the success of Occupy on anarchist terms. It also expresses the flexibilty, energy, and experience that anarchists brought to The Occupy Movement as it ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published 2012 by LBC Press
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Jul 11, 2012 Bythedeed rated it did not like it
This book was edited and published by LBC so they could beat other publishers to it (specifically AK Press). In their attempt to outdo AK Press, LBC is replicating some of AK's and capitalist publisher's worst characteristics.

In the rush to be the first to do it, much is lost. It's also surreal to think about that future anarchists and radicals will read this, and that's how that magical fall will be known.

It also feels hollow to talk about one's own experiences so shortly after experiencing the
Jan 06, 2013 Finn rated it it was amazing
i'm usuallly jaded about anarchist political action in the US. this book actually made me feel hopeful! and i can't believe it was an LBC book that did it! crazy!
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