Chapter 72 Feasible utopias
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The chapter argues the importance of developing a feasible anti-capitalist utopia. It explores a strategy for a classless society grounded in an analysis of the contemporary brutality of peasant lived experience. A feasible utopia rejects the domination by the international law of value, merchant and other local classes and seeks the transcendence of rural power relations that subordinate the peasantry and which reproduce inequality. The struggle for communism is achievable and will be produced by social movements in struggle that shape agendas for change in the contemporary crisis ridden and financialised world food system.

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