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Nicholas Kulish digs into the rise of civil unrest in recent months, and finds decentralized, bottom-up, and spontaneous resistance to established order, even those parts of the establishment that theoretically represent the interests of ‘the people’, like political parties and unions:


Posted at 6:11pm and tagged with: civil unrest, rōnin economy, cooperation, collaboration, collectives, connectives, liquid media, liquid world, liquid unrest, xl,.

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