Hobohemia and the Crucifixion Machine

Hobohemia and the Crucifixion Machine

In the early years of the Great Depression, thousands of unemployed homeless transients settled into Vancouver?s ?hobo jungle.? The jungle operated as a distinct community, in which goods were exchanged and shared directly, without benefit of currency. The organization of life was immediate and consensual, conducted in the absence of capital accumulation. But as the transients moved from the jungles to the city, they made innumerable demands on Vancouver?s Relief… (more)

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Publisher: Au Press (December 28, 2014)

Collection: Fabriks: Studies in the Working Class

Parent ISBN: 9781926836287

Page count: 332 pages

File size: 4 MB

Language: English


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