By Félix Guattari, Antonio Negri
Politics after the autumn.
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The industrial reserve army, dominated by a new law of absolute pauperism, is currently con stituted on a continental basis. Capitalist and/ or socialist command, multiplied into poly centric subaltern sub-systems, brings together the highest rates of exploitation with areas o f poverty and death. For all that, the struggles for liberation have not been mili tarily or politically strangled. But, within the frame of these different sub-systems, Inte grated World Capitalism has not ceased to stimulate fratricidal wars for the conquest of 59 CoMMUNISTS LIKE Us intermediary degrees of participation in inte gration.
We have noted what they owe to modifications in the organiza tion of work and to developments in sociali zation; we have tried to establish that the an tagonisms which they contain are no longer recuperable within the traditional horizon of the political. But it remains to be demon strated that the innovations of the '60s should above all be understood within the universe of consciousnesses, of desires, and of modes of behavior. It is on this level that the changes became definitively irreversible.
C. against world society takes CoMMUNisrs LIKE Us 61 place. It is also in the ensemble of civil, so cial, economic, and industrial domains. And, there as well, according to infinitely differ entiated, transversal filiations of operators of power, who are beyond the control of com mon humans, beyond union or political con trol - at least in the traditional sense - and in the middle of which can be found mixed up: multinationals, the Mafias, the military industrial complexes, the secret services, even the Vatican.