What's Next for Occupy? 

"We are the 99 Percent" dominated the second-half of 2011, but will it endure in 2012?

Few could have predicted the coming of the Occupy movement and the ripples it created on the fabric of American society. In its short, three-month life, the movement has shifted the political calculus from the drum-beating march toward uncompromising austerity to the…

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