I guess what I like most is the sort of polite befuddlement of liberal Americans, your average NPRische type, colledgucated and vaguely sympathetic with the idea that Something Has Gone Wrong in America--perhaps not personally struggling too mightily, but, you know, one Subaru payment away from ruin--as they gaze on the Occupy Wall Street types. They may vaguely recall that School of the Americas rally they attended as college students back in their Kenyon days or whatever . . . or was it Free Palestine? But what they really want to know is, what do they want? What is Occupy Wall Street's agenda? What are their demands. The course seems lacking in a syllabus. It isn't in outline form. No one seems prepared to PowerPoint it.