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R48G: the universal and the working class

November 25th, 2016 · No Comments

Leftists tend to be fixated on the working class but as Trump shows their faith is misplaced. The working class is not really a revolutionary class. It looked like it was in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. And a real working class is more than visible outside the US. But the framework of the universal class is more useful now: and we can turn around and focus on the working class as a subset of the universal class. With the universal class we can embrace multiple movements and formations, from Black Lives Matter to the 350.org people, groups of all kinds in the sets of all classes.
The working class in the US has become agent of something dreadful and its estimation in the eyes of leftists will plummet even as they move to try and recover the allegiance of the rust belt. A more general perspective is needed.
We can’t cater to any class at this point with promises of growth that will threaten the action against climate calamity. We need an overall perspective of all classes, their needs and these in the context of what is right for the planet next to that of the people of all nations. The revolutionary class is a complex of many classes as any view of the history will show at once.

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