""Occupy "is a difficult book to review. The subject is complex and important and each of the authors has approached it from quite different routes. But while the difference between each of the essays is stark, it creates a strong sense of the pastiche which is the Occupy movement. Taussig's gonzo-academic narrative, Harcourt's broad but incisive analysis, and Mitchell's rich criticism combine to create a whole greater than the sum of its parts."--Hamish Clift "LSE Review of Books "Rezension:
"If you, like I, have been moved, inspired, consternated, and frustrated by the new political disobedience, then read this trio of provocative, thoughtful, and troubling inquiries. With originality and insight, they illuminate both the underlying meaning and consequences of demonstrations ranging from Tahrir Square in Cairo to occupations in Zuccotti Park and everywhere else."--Victor S. Navasky, author of The Art of Controversy: Political Cartoons and Their Enduring Power.
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