October 27, 2011
Sum up the Occupy movement in six words
Here are six words from the Occupy Philly protest—from Morty and Sharon Wolf of Lansdale. They are retired and they came down to protest the squeeze on the middle class. (Kimberly Paynter/For NewsWorks)
I know. It's complicated. How could anyone possibly reduce Occupy Wall Street to six words? Consider this an exercise in brevity. Just to get you started, here are a few:
You say you want a revolution.
City Hall, just a stone tent.
Experimenting with direct democracy next door.
OK... now you go. Use the comments below to suggest yours.
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