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The emergence of a neglected working-class (the Descamisados) after the Great Depression became an optimal environment for Juan Peron’s rise to power, with Eva Peron by his side.
Schools of thought rationalise that Eva’s tenacity, forcefulness, and use of acting skills were key in coercing masses of Descamisados to rally behind Peron.
If we understand that the left is a mirror image of what we are criticizing, then maybe what we should do is to break the mirror and get out of this symbiotic relationship with what we are criticizing.
First of all, the factory-form has not disappeared—you still find factories in Bangladesh or in China.
They were never treated as being foundational to how the union movement should operate.
In fact, it turned out that the trades councils were often much more radical than the conventional trade unions and that was because they were rooted in the conditions of the whole working class, not only the often privileged sectors of the working-class.
With the breakdown of this form of industrial organization, particularly in the advanced capitalist countries, you ended up with a much more decentralized configuration of capital: more fluid over space and time than previously thought.What is interesting is how the mode of production in the core cities changed.For example, the logistics sector has undergone a huge expansion: UPS, DHL and all of these delivery workers are producing enormous values nowadays.In Britain in the 1980s, there were forms of organizing labor in city-wide platforms on the basis of trades councils, which were doing what Gramsci suggested.But within the union movement these trades councils were always regarded as inferior forms of organizing labor.