From the Chronicle of Higher Education...
"Who's afraid of David Graeber? Not the dozens of D.C.-area residents who
showed up on a recent night at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Library to hear the anthropologist and radical activist talk about his
new book, The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement
(Spiegel & Grau). Aimed at the mainstream, the book discusses Mr.
Graeber's involvement in the Occupy Wall Street movement and the idea
that principles drawn from anarchist theory—a wholesale rejection of
current electoral politics, for starters, in favor of groups operating
on the basis of consensus—offer an alternative to our present polity,
which he calls "organized bribery" (or "mafia capitalism")."
David Graeber is putting out some great ideas, and apparently he is being punished for it. Welcome to the American Dream, Dave!!