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Governing the Occupy Movement through crime

Jonathan Simon, professor of law | November 15, 2011

In many cities, including most prominently Oakland and New York, tent encampments on public spaces by the Occupy Wall Street movement have been cleared in early morning raids by police (read about the Oakland situation here). This time, at least, police violence seems to have been minimal. But what is regrettable is the use by … Continue reading »