Can the Machines Run Themselves?

Authors

  • Stuart Meacham

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-016-09-1965-01_8

Keywords:

Political Economy

Abstract

The Crowleys may be right about the hope of the future resting now at last with the lumpens. If true, this would not be the first time that the stone which the builder has rejected should become the headstone of the corner, or that salvation should arrive through those who, unlike the foxes, have not where to lay their heads. But what I cannot see is how the thing would work. It is one thing to be called but another to be ready. Who is going to see to it that the machinery keeps churning out all the stuff? The machinery itself?

Published

1965-01-08

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Articles