Tag Archives: Voluntarism

Civil Society and My Knife

February 15, 2016


I love my knife, a small enough folder to be legal in most states, vicious enough to be used in self-defense, practical enough to be used for everyday cutting tasks, and strong enough to last forever. It goes with me most places and that was the problem. My daughter and I had just finished an […]

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Ending Wage Slavery

February 21, 2013


Less than two hundred years ago, only a minute percentage of the workforce were employees, with the vast majority of free working people being self-employed farmers, artisans, and merchants. Today, 92 percent of the American workforce works as an employee. This transformation from ‘freedom’ to ‘wage slavery’ did not happen without a struggle.  As Sam Dolgoff writes […]

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