The Total Revolution Bundle
Hillbilly Nationalists + Debt + Bartleby + The Bartlebag
The Occupy Wall Street Bundle gets taken one step further with:
Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power by Amy Sonnie and James Tracy, which brings to light the untold story of poor southern whites organizing alongside some of the 60′s most celebrated radical organizations. Groups like White Lightning and Young Patriots organizing under the banner of the Black Panthers and Young Lords. It’s a fascinating history of a forgotten corner of American history, and one that will surely inspire for years to come. (Read more about the book HERE.)
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
Because just having the tote is not enough, we’re including the most popular title from our Art of The Novella line. 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.
For those of you that are keeping track, that’s a $70.95 value for only $45.