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Decolonizing Logistics: Palestinian Truckers on the Occupied Supply Chain

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Alimahomed-Wilson, J. and Louis Potiker, S. (2018). Decolonizing Logistics: Palestinian Truckers on the Occupied Supply Chain. In Ness, I. and Alimahomed-Wilson, J. (eds) Choke Points: Logistics Workers Disrupting the Global Supply Chain. Pluto Press, pp. 110-128

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Of course, to effectively question technology requires, first, a critical perspective on the development of capitalism, particularly the relation of technological change to profit rates and the social organization of labor, and, second, intimate knowledge of technology’s scientific bases as well as how it works in specific spheres. Such knowledge, along with a thorough acquaintance with the history of the scientifically and technically based professions and the history of labor’s experience with technology, would be absolutely necessary to the emergence of a labor movement rooted in the relations of production and contemporary labor processes. And we still need an informed history of labor’s attempts to organize professionals in the private and public sectors.

—p.127 by Jake Alimahomed-Wilson, Spencer Louis Potiker 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Of course, to effectively question technology requires, first, a critical perspective on the development of capitalism, particularly the relation of technological change to profit rates and the social organization of labor, and, second, intimate knowledge of technology’s scientific bases as well as how it works in specific spheres. Such knowledge, along with a thorough acquaintance with the history of the scientifically and technically based professions and the history of labor’s experience with technology, would be absolutely necessary to the emergence of a labor movement rooted in the relations of production and contemporary labor processes. And we still need an informed history of labor’s attempts to organize professionals in the private and public sectors.

—p.127 by Jake Alimahomed-Wilson, Spencer Louis Potiker 1 month, 3 weeks ago