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If one considers a statement "Unemployed rural workerists rioting in the city produced a novel alternative perspective on political activism", and then places workers as the minions of the capitalist ruler, is this really "novel alternative activism"?
Hasn't most activism been part of the binary left/right haggling for higher wages, better working conditions and respect for women and races in the workplace?
Still the same old tired approach by leftists and anarchists who have not evolved beyond the 20th century arbitration or warfare model. An attack upon the psychology of status fetish must be started at the infant stage of developement.