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Occupy Wall Street, Religion, and the Toolbox Metaphor

This past weekend Religion & Ethics News Weekly posted a brief video and transcript of recent interviews with Occupy Wall Street (OWS) participants. “Religious groups,” we are told, “are offering spiritual and moral support” in a variety of ways: “regular … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street: Between “Church” and “Sect”

By Ben Brazil A month ago, when the Occupy movement was beginning to gain traction, Matt Stoller penned an influential response to criticism about the movement’s lack of a clear, concise message.  The critics, he wrote, had failed to notice … Continue reading

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