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 n.— «In all big political meetings you now hear people saying that we must re-found the movement outside of the social democratic tradition, by building unity between factory workers and other workers and the excluded, and by recognising that the social “precariat” and the intellectual forces of production are now predominant in political terms.» —“[smygo] Social Struggles in Italy” by Dan Clore Usenet: misc.activism.progressive Aug. 15, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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