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Good article summarising and appraising OWS's successes and limitations during the American Autumn:
'OWS changed the political landscape, but it can't build a home there. Thus its predicament. What it built, in a burst of social entrepreneurship, was camps – useful for a time, inspired, inspiring, and self-limited. The camps animated just about all the anarchists and full-time radicals in America, and inserted the movement into the public topography. This was a substantial achievement, but not nearly enough to transform the country and address the moral crisis. If there is to be a next phase, it will not come by clamoring for Occupy 1.0 to become something it isn't and doesn't want to be.'