Is Occupy Oakland Undermining Its Own Message with Violence?

Is Occupy Oakland Undermining Its Own Message with Violence?
The voices of 10,000 non-violent protesters in Oakland, California, were heard across the city on November 2, despite vandalism committed by a small group of people later that night.  Occupy Oakland has called for a coordinated general strike across the United States. Such a mass mobilization in the past relied on “class identification,” according to Ben Agger, who suggests that what may be emerging in the Internet age is rather “a sort of perpetual revolution,” as more Occupy actions spring up around the globe.  Read the article…

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