Essay by the noted anarchist author and founder of BLACK & RED magazine.
Discusses the reproduction of labor power throughout contemporary social life. Features two upturned triangles of text inside both covers, printing quotations from Marx above images of his head. A handsome edition. "Capitalism is not simply the work you do for a boss who sells goods for a profit, it encompasses every aspect of everyday life, and is reproduced by our conditioned responses to it." [Ford 202].
(Kalamazoo, MI): (Black & Red), (1969). Wraps. 8vo. Saddle-stapled photographic wraps. Near fine. Light rub to spine. Interior clean, bright, and sharp. 20pp.
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