December 2013

COVER STORY

Generation Hopeless?

Occupy has left some Millennials questioning their place in social movements. MORE

By Matthew Richards

A Historical Perspective on Occupy

Why Occupy is a continuation of the Left’s struggle. MORE

By Neal Meyer

Who Are The 99%?

A suggestion on how to build radically inclusive movements. MORE

By Asha Ransby-Sporn

Occupy’s Success Will Take a Lifetime

An organizer’s perspective on the need for continued efforts. MORE

By Nick Espinosa

Occupy for the Long Haul

Why you can’t build movements based on immediate gratification. MORE

By Andrew Bashi

Despite Becoming a Branded Revolution, Occupy Still Built Solidarity

The movement becomes less about ‘social movement creation’ and more about making alliances between students and workers. MORE

By Rebecca Burns

While Occupy Wasn’t Perfect, It Didn’t Fail Either

How smaller coalitions are more inclusive and better equipped to address state powers. MORE

By Michael Collins

Finding Power in Occupy

How Occupy invigorated a generation’s fight for survival. MORE

By Kirin Kanakkanatt

Advice For Strategic Planning

A history professor weighs in on how Occupy will bring change. MORE

By Susan Levine

If Occupy Is a Battle, the First Round Was a Success

Understanding that the tides of social movements bring challenges and victories. MORE

By Carl Davidson

The Possibilities of Change

Young people continue to organize in the wake of Occupy MORE

By Sarah Jaffe

The Institutions of the Left Did Little

How Occupy survived despite a lack of union support. MORE

By Cole Stangler

The Naiveté of Nihilism

How Occupy challenged the way we think, speak and act upon resistance. MORE

By Marilyn Katz

Occupy Is Not the Only Movement

The strength of radical movements lies in their variety. MORE

By Biola Jeje

‘Hopelessness is Our Biggest Enemy’

Why young people must continue to fight for change. MORE

By Linda Stout

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