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Capitalism destroys more livelihoods than it creates. The proportion of people worldwide making their main income from wage labour is likely going down. The informal sector (mostly petty commodity production) is booming. Drop-out movements are often ways out of wage labour via subsistence, scavenging, cooperatives, etc. In a scenario like Sing Chew's Dark Age theory (yes, it's Marxist-based), back-to-the-land will happen during system collapse.

How do you expect to have an anti-wage-labour movement without available alternatives to wage labour? How do you envisage people meeting their needs instead of wage labour?