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Occupy! : scenes from occupied America

@inproceedings{Taylor2011OccupyS,
  title={Occupy! : scenes from occupied America},
  author={Astra Taylor and Keith Gessen},
  year={2011}
}
In the fall of 2011, a small protest camp in downtown Manhattan exploded into a global uprising, sparked in part by the violent overreactions of the police. An unofficial record of this movement, Occupy! combines adrenalin-fueled first-hand accounts of the early days and weeks of Occupy Wall Street with contentious debates and thoughtful reflections, featuring the editors and writers of the celebrated n+1, as well as some of the world's leading radical thinkers, such as Slavoj Zizek, Angela… 
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