OWS lacks structure, leadership
On Sept. 17, the streets of Lower Manhattan resembled the setup of Bonnaroo or Coachella music festivals. Despite the cultured people and tents packed in tightly to establish a sense of community, these people were not preparing to listen to Florence and the Machine.
Occupy Wall Street began its campaign that day with a march, and the movement has done nothing but flourish. It has spread to more than 100 cities across the United States and is taking college communities by storm.