How Occupy Wall Street can have staying power [NOOK Book]

Overview

Occupy Wall Street has seized the imagination of political activists around the world since it strikes at the heart of New York?s financial district. This is a potent symbolic challenge to plutocratic control of the American government and society. But what comes next? Will this movement peter out or will it have staying power.

This e-book suggests a way that a street demonstration such as this can be transformed into a political movement with...
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How Occupy Wall Street can have staying power

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Overview

Occupy Wall Street has seized the imagination of political activists around the world since it strikes at the heart of New York’s financial district. This is a potent symbolic challenge to plutocratic control of the American government and society. But what comes next? Will this movement peter out or will it have staying power.

This e-book suggests a way that a street demonstration such as this can be transformed into a political movement with staying power. Played right, it can take over the government. The way to do this is to build a political party (or movement) that gives volunteers an incentive to participate. They must be properly rewarded for their effort. Then, there will be a network of interested persons who will keep the movement going.

Gold Party features a unique point system that embodies incentives for contributing to the party. People with little money can take over the government if they have something equally potent.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013220669
  • Publisher: Thistlerose Publications
  • Publication date: 10/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,367,704
  • File size: 14 KB

Meet the Author

He was a copyboy at the Wall Street Journal in the summer of 1960.
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