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  1. Nice! I today signed papers with the major publisher Pearson Academic to allow this graphic to appear in the VERY major college textbook, Government in America (16th edition) by George C. Edwards. This means that today is the day that an instance of Occupy art will be viewed and cited by American history scholars for literally centuries and centuries to come. I’m glad. :-) 

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    If U.S. Land Mass Were Distributed Like U.S. Wealth (expanded version)

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    Data source: http://www2.ucsc.edu/whorulesamerica/power/wealth.html

    This design was featured in a Huffington Post roundup of Occupy Art and was readers’ top pick.

    This design appears in the major college textbook, Government in America by George C. Edwards.

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    U.K. version | Canada version | Austria version

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  2. Student Loan Debt Growth

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  3. It’s the Greed of the Fortune 400

    NOTE: I saw a sign saying this. I remade it for the Internet here. 

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    Why is it Easier to Believe the Fortune 400? shirt
    Why is it Easier to Believe the Fortune 400?

  4. Using a Tent Does Not Equal Camping

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    Author’s note: I made this poster because the legal point it makes seemed to be so unrecognized in press articles I had been reading at the time. So I made this to push the point. Occupy protesters quickly and widely took it up. This poster was later featured in the U.K Guardian’s coverage of OWS and prodded the central legal argument made in a New York State free speech case involving the rights of Occupy protesters.

    It now appears in print in:

    Marguerite Shaffer and Phoebe S.K. Young (eds), Rendering Nature: Animals, Bodies, Places, Politics, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. It is in the essay chapter, "’Bring Tent’: The Occupy Movement and the Politics of Public Nature” by Phoebe Young.

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  5. If U.S. Land Mass Were Distributed Like U.S. Wealth (expanded version)

    Download the hi-def versions

    This design was featured in a Huffington Post roundup of Occupy Art and was readers’ top pick.

    This design appears in the major college textbook, Government in America by George C. Edwards.

    Also see:

    U.K. version | Canada version | Austria version

    Click the image below to wear this design