Neal Caren and Sarah Gaby (UNC): Occupy Online: Facebook and the Spread of Occupy Wall Street. From TNR, Franklin Foer on how Democrats are misreading the symbiotic relationship between liberals and the left; and Matt Yglesias on how Occupy Wall Street is a rational response to a system that's failed. On playing by the rules: David Graeber on the strange success of #OccupyWallStreet. From the Los Angeles Review of Books, more contributions on #OWS by Mike Davis, Sara Marcus, and more. Roger Berkowitz on the politics of anti-political protest: What to make of OWS. If #OWS needs a manifesto, they should look to John Rawls and his theory of "justice as fairness" (and a response). Mark Engler on the future of the #Occupy movement. Doug Henwood on how a major controversy of the moment is whether to make demands, and if
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