Don’t Mourn, Organize! Is Communism a Pipe Dream—or a Viable Future? | The Brooklyn Rail

Only a council system can combine the centralization required by the complexity of modern societies with participative democracy. Centralization requires formal structures. Participative democracy requires these structures to be transparent. They need to be bottom-up rather than top-down, and delegates must be directly responsible to their constituencies. The council system is the only administrative framework to provide that.

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