Last week's book chat with Greg Mitchell, one of the unofficial historians of the Occupy movement, was rescheduled for today because of my illness. He'll be here at 2pm EST today to talk about his new e-book, and I hope you'll join us. Greg
December 6, 2011

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Last week's book chat with Greg Mitchell, one of the unofficial historians of the Occupy movement, was rescheduled for today because of my illness. He'll be here at 2pm EST today to talk about his new e-book, and I hope you'll join us.

Greg currently writes on media and politics—and OccupyUSA in the popular live-blog —on a daily basis for The Nation site. His new e-book on Occupy is titled "40 Days That Shook the World."

You can follow his timely updates on Twitter at @GregMitch or on his website here.

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