If you start asking yourself “why work?” you may discover the connection
between wage slavery, misunderstandings of leisure, lifestyles based on
consumption, corporate welfare, education that often amounts to little more
than conditioning, and the global social and economic crises we are now
facing. We hope that the materials we feature here will encourage critical
thinking about such things.
Alternatives to Wage Slavery (CLAWS), via
Why work indeed? I haven't since September, and I couldn't be
Fuller had a few things to say about working at large, soul sucking
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