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The ruling class perceives those who rely on a wage to survive as a constant potential threat because their existence as labor is structurally, by definition, set against their own creative human impulse. From this perspective, labor is always instinctively operating at some level of uprising in their struggle to relieve themselves from the chains that bind them. The objective of the capitalist is therefore to keep working class resistance at the lowest possible level through the combined use of force and consent, placing special emphasis, for obvious reasons, on consent, that is, the control of ideas.
An aggregate of clans, even if immense, ranks below the smallest society that is organized, since the latter has already gone through those stages of evolution below which the aggregate has remained. (Durkheim 2000, 49) Neither was Durkheim’s implied white supremacy his own invention, nor was the idea of a natural hierarchy among Europeans represented SOCI A L CL ASS A ND REBELLION 31 within the division of labor new to him. However, it is beyond the scope of this essay to trace the origins of those ideas.
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