By Frank Sykes
Now, even though, the crowds have long gone; their voices are muted, yet their calls for undergo. In mild of the present scenario, what’s subsequent for the realm? the answer's action.
In this compact manifesto, Frank Sykes summarizes the tips that have been voiced through the millions who converged on Wall road and in huge towns around the globe, drawing a map of the way forward for this worldwide phenomenon. traditional humans call for not just our fair proportion of the wealth generated by way of our paintings and ingenuity, but additionally a say in its distribution.
Even even though the Occupiers have long past domestic, the issues they protested nonetheless exist, and the necessity to act is extra pressing now than ever!"
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