The Aftermath of Occupy Will Surpass the Gains of ’60s Activism

By Bill Zimmerman, who was there, in the thick of it, back then. As he points out, unlike the ’60s, when myriads of economic choices and opportunities afforded us the luxury of our idealism for peace and social justice, the economic situation is much starker now: today’s youth “having nothing, have nothing left to lose.”


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