Quoting ‘The Third Industrial Revolution: Not As Easy to Co-opt as the Second’ by Kevin Carson

The new technologies of abundance, by their very nature, thwart the enforcement of state-imposed artificial scarcity. The present corporate-state order, exhausted and bankrupted from the sheer cost of subsidizing inefficiency and protecting it against competition against the superiority of free cooperative labor, has reached the breaking point. It is a dying system.

— Kevin Carson, “The Third Industrial Revolution: Not As Easy to Co-opt as the Second

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