A lot of people want the Occupiers to come up with a single simple demand. Well, here's one. It's called Georgism.
It's very simple. You declare all shared resources - arable land, mining rights, roads, carbon credits, network bandwidth, whatever private interests should not control for the public good - to be publicly owned. Then set up a market for leases on those resources.
This market lets people - corporate or not - bid to secure public leases for limited periods. Each lease goes to the highest bidder and the returns go straight into public pockets - the pockets of the individual people, equally, not into some government purse for redistribution by a corruptible bureaucrat - as a fair payment from the private user to the public owner.
That last part is called social credit. Then institute a fixed sized money supply controlled by the federal government, not the federal reserve, outlaw all forms of usury, especially fractional reserve lending, and declare a jubilee on all debts owed by individual people to corporate people.
A bunch of corporations go bankrupt, sure. But 99% of the people immediately and permanently benefit.
That's what revolution looks like.