v and the value of labor power

Thomas Waters twaters at panix.com
Fri Aug 27 13:12:29 PDT 1999

At 08:53 AM 8/27/99 +0100, Jim Heartfield wrote:

>The class struggle for the most part takes the form of (though is not
>reducible to) a haggle over wages.

If this is the case, then most workers, in the United States at least, are not engaged in class struggle. Struggle for control over working conditions, though not necessarily more effective as a strategy for the class, is much more universal.

Tom Thomas Waters twaters at panix.com Bronx, New York

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