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The Occupy Handbook

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This is to do with the US, but plenty to say about the problem of our commons:


As a student I read a few anarchist/marxist anthologies, never found them convincing - but there is obviously something wrong and depressing about our agreed system of distribution, and the Occupy movement needs serious reflection.

Noahopinion (physics type economist) reviews it here:

This is a book you should read. It's been a year and a half since the Occupy protests, and they've mostly disappeared off of the public radar. Doesn't matter. The Occupy Handbook (edited by Janet Byrne) is a great general guide to a number of the economic problems our country is facing, the solutions people have put forth, and the grassroots movements that have sprung up to vent people's dissatisfaction.


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