Initially I had a lot of thoughts on this, but now just digesting it. Overall glad there is someone pursuing these topics. Enjoyable, but it strikes me as flawed in this regard: if we can't make the private sector safe for democracy, we likely cannot make democracy safe for the private sector. Lack of safety is the point, but how can you sell a theory where lack of safety is the goal? Are there people interested in that on this continent? Won't the insurance companies squawk when you start to re-occupy the warehouse? You would have to do it capoeira style.
Its ok if you're going to move in lofts and a hookah deli, but..beastliness, vampires, uh oh...i wonder about how the reviewer might approach questions of what aggression for profit would look like as distinct from aggression against it. Not why the aggression, but how.
linked from the blog of Mr. Quarles: