Convention Discussion: Imperialism has grown more aggressive

BY:John Arnold| March 18, 2019


Question of the week: How have changes in capitalist production shifted the composition and organization of the
workforce, and the working class as a whole? What have trends like automation,
uberization, and online collaboration meant for the participation and status of women in the
workforce? Of youth?
I see more of a move towards aggressive imperialism aimed at getting rid of the last vestiges of resistance to finance capital’s domination of globe, along with increased parasitism on the part of US/global capital against the poorest peoples in the world, in Africa, Asia and Latin America, especially. This may be good in the short term for workers in the Global North, but it’s a ‘benefit’ gained off the backs of the most-exploited and the environment/Climate.


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