The Intractable Marginality of the Activist Left

Darcy, Steve
Date Written:  2014-10-28
Publisher:  The Public Autonomy Project
Year Published:  2014
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX19735

Strikes are only one form of struggle, and perhaps less and less important as the years pass. But the disappearance of strikes is not an anomaly. It reflects a pattern of diminishing overall levels of oppositional social mobilization. Although there aren't (as far as I know) statistics on it, it is obvious that levels of social struggle generally, in the Canadian state, are lower now than at any time since written records have been kept.

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