solidarity in refusal to work

Solidarity is found in work, in manifesting a shared purpose. Workers can also find communion in refusing to work, shifting "non-work" into political work.
Yet, the daily negation of production has a psychological cost.

"Doing nothing" to manifest change has an inverse logic, requiring more communal discipline than the simple satisfaction creation.

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