The enemy is at home

rc-am rcollins at
Fri Apr 16 09:27:42 PDT 1999

I actually agree with Jim's position, but in a way, it establishes a limit that is a) not entirely available in quite the same cosy way to those not living in the belly of the beast; and b) supposes that the struggle is always with one's own boogies, when that too, is either not an entirely credible position for most of the world's population to adopt, or at the very least, supposes that capital - even that capital one is faced with - is reducible to one's home-grown capital.

Angela (I'm dosed up on antihistamines, so I might be a bit incoherent meself...) --- rcollins at

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