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Occupy Wall Street Bundle

Bartleby the Scrivener + Debt + Tote

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Help loved ones Occupy the holidays with our ready-to-go Occupy Wall Street bundle. This amazing offer will help friends and relatives better understand what’s going on in the economic crisis and maybe understand better what they can do about it — by learning what some others have done about it.

And if you’re asking yourself, “Just what comes in an Occupy Wall St. Bundle and can I afford one?” The answer of course is yes to the second part, and to the first part, for the low cost of $35 (no interest or predatory loans involved) you can be the proud owner of:

Debt: The First 5,000 Years by David Graeber
Replace your little red book with a big one is what we always say. Graeber’s fascinating of history of the evolution of debt investigates one of man’s oldest constructs from its purely moral implication prior to the invention of money all the way to its institutionalization in the modern world.  Dubbed the “Anti-Leader” of OWS for his foundational role in the movement, Graeber helped launch a movement that has succeeded where so many have faltered in the past and Debt has quickly proven to be one of the most important nonfiction titles in quite some time. (Read more about the book HERE.)


Bartleby, The Scrivener by Herman Melville
We’re including the most popular title from our Art of The Novella line (which is where the phrase on our tote comes from) because, even though it was written in 1857, it’s about the first rebel to occupy Wall Street in protest. In order to answer the question of WWBD (What would Bartleby do?) you must first know what Bartleby did, right? Remember, it’s all about the preference. (Read more about the book HERE.)


The Bartleby Bag
This chic tote sports the infamous words of Wall Street’s first rebel, Bartleby the Scrivener, who proclaimed once and for all that, “I would prefer not to” be a part of your materialistic society. The bag is great for stowing a Guy Fawkes mask or a few cans of spray paint (for making signs of course) while doubling as an instant declaration of your intentions. For a larger list of potential objects you can carry in your Bartlebag you can go HERE.

In sum that’s two books and a tote bag—a $54 value—for the low, low price of $35. A savings of $19 for those of you out there that keep track of such things.

But wait… There’s more!

For just an additional $10 more you can get the