Communism was not built to exploit that kind of crisis. Twentieth-century communism assumed that the working class was vital for the economy… The communist political plan called for a working-class revolution. How relevant would these teachings be if the masses lose their economic value and therefore need to struggle against irrelevance rather than against exploitation? How do you start a working-class revolution without a working class? – Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

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Communism was not built to exploit that kind of crisis. Twentieth-century communism assumed that the working class was vital for the economy... The communist political plan called for a working-class revolution. How relevant would these teachings be if the masses lose their economic value and therefore need to struggle against irrelevance rather than against exploitation? How do you start a working-class revolution without a working class? - Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

Communism was not built to exploit that kind of crisis. Twentieth-century communism assumed that the working class was vital for the economy… The communist political plan called for a working-class revolution. How relevant would these teachings be if the masses lose their economic value and therefore need to struggle against irrelevance rather than against exploitation? How do you start a working-class revolution without a working class? – Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

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