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Industrialization Has Always Sucked–But Does It Have To?

Historically, industrialization has always been a painful process whose benefits are not immediately accessible to the masses. ┬áBut this has less to do with some kind of iron-clad economic law, and more to do with the distribution of power in … Continue reading

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A Parallel Between Autonomous Marxism and Communization Theory

Both the autonomist tradition and communization theory argue that seizing the state–as orthodox socialists advocate–does little to attack the root problem of capitalism: that workers do not have direct say over the process of producing surplus value.

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