Ever wanted to shake the world? Your guide has arrived, in the shape of The Occupy Handbook – a collection of stimulating articles by economists, cultural commentators, labour leaders and others. These leading thinkers analyse what's gone wrong with our economic system, and why politicians seem powerless to fix it.
Seven months after the first Occupy protest began in Zuccotti Park, New York, the movement has somewhat faded from view. But the Handbook is a sharp reminder that the conditions which inspired it, and the anger that gave it energy, are still there.
Why do 1% of Americans take almost a quarter of the nation's income? Explore the Handbook on Facebook, read this fantastic analysis of the Occupy movement by Barbara and John Ehrenreich, and watch this report from MSNBC on student debt, inequality and the other factors driving the protest movement: