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a social relationship that advocates the creation, development, and maintenance of social structures for the equitable distribution of management power (part of anarchist theory)

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horizontalism
horizontalist



Responding to the twentieth-century failures of state-led political change, horizontalist movements instead advocate changing the world by changing social relations from below. They draw upon a long tradition of theory and practice in anarchism, council communism, libertarian communism and autonomism, in order to – in the words of one proponent – ‘change the world without taking power’.

they summarise it as:

  1. rejecting domination
  2. limited to direct democracy
  3. "prefigurative" politics
  4. direct action
—p.26 Why Aren’t We Winning? A Critique of Today’s Left (25) by Alex Williams, Nick Srnicek
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