Laborers need not be beggars. Power balances work in economic issues, in all exchanges of influence.

Posted: August 8, 2015 in Commentary, current events, dominance, News, opinion, political science, Politics
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Laborers need not be beggars.  Power balances work in economic issues, in all exchanges of influence.

The over supply of warm bodies able to do basic labor is a condition simply reflective of carnal, Darwinian law.  Limited resources and circumstance require that paid labor be offered at the lowest price sustainable as that is the world.  Those with access to the control of labor are offering work they cannot do alone to those who are able to help them.  They have a claim on resource and function and wish to maximize efficiency.  They have created, enhanced, fell into positions that have allowed for the creation, movement, exercise of goods and services to a needful public.  There is achievement there.  There is a position of power there.  There is the bargaining position of the marketplace there.  With the individual laborer the power lies with those who offer the desire for use of labor unless he or she who offers to give labor gives an advantage in return.  Bargaining.

Interchangeable labor has no bargaining position save that of any inconvenience of replacement.  There is no protection other than what may possibly be legally enforced.

Unions, guilds etc are bargaining units, corporations of labor.  Power balances become existent.  Attempted equability in negotiation, circumstance may be put into the dynamic.  Power may skew from one side to the other as labor and or management each may vie to run  or ruin the game.

Laborers need not be beggars.  Power balances work in economic issues, in all exchanges of influence.

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