Naomi Klein on Occupy Wall Street & Chile: Courage to Ask Questions We Don't Have Answers For Oct. 6, 2011

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In part two of our conversation with journalist and author Naomi Klein, she discusses how her book, "The Shock Doctrine," focuses in part on Chile, where the 1973 coup led to the privatization of education, and now Chilean students are protesting in the streets. Klein talks about their demands, and dismisses the critique that the related Occupy Wall Street movement lacks its own clear set of demands.



In part two of our conversation with journalist and author Naomi Klein, she discusses how her book, "The Shock Doctrine," focuses in part on Chile, where the 1973 coup led to the privatization of education, and now Chilean students are protesting in the streets. Klein talks about their demands, and dismisses the critique that the related Occupy Wall Street movement lacks its own clear set of demands.