Are there elements of anarchism in the two movements? If so, what characteristics of anarchism appear in each movement?

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Two recent high-profile political/social movements in the United States have been the Tea Party movement and the Occupy Wall Street movement. Below are a number of articles and websites associated with each movement. After reading/browsing the material write a 500 – 750 word essay (2-3 pages double-spaced) that addresses the following items: (students may substitute the group Anonymous discussed in the Disruptive Power text for either the Tea Party or the Occupy Wall Street movement):

  • What elements do the two movements have in common?
  • Where do the two movements differ?
  • Are there elements of anarchism in the two movements? If so, what characteristics of anarchism appear in each movement?

This article compares the two movements.

Hertzberg, Hendrik. “Occupational Hazards.” New Yorker 87.35 (2011): 23-24. Academic Search Complete. Web. 5 June 2016.

Tea Party Movement:

Haidt, Jonathan. “What the Tea Party Really Wants.” Wall Street Journal, 16 October 2010. Web. 10 November 2014

Miller, William J. “Tea Party Movement.” Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. Ed. Kerric Harvey. Washington: CQ Press, 2014. Credo Reference. Web. 5 June 2016.

Montopoli, Brian. “Tea Party Supports: Who They Are and What They Believe.” CBS News, 14 December 2012. Web. 10 November 2014

Occupy Wall Street Movement:

Boydston, Brian, D. “What Exactly Does the Occupy Movement Want?” The Humanist, 23 December 2011. Web. 10 November 2014

Gautney, Heather. “What is Occupy Wall Street? The History of Leaderless Movements.”Washington Post, 10 October 2011. Web. 10 November 2014

n.p. Occupy Wall Street, n.d. Web. 10 November 2014

Sawmill, Isabel V. “OWS and the Demise of the American Dream.” The Brookings Institution, 20 October 2011.brookings.edu.

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