I’m a fan of libertarian municipalism. The construction of isolated pockets of revolutionary efforts at city/town/village level that eventually join up. But isn’t a municipal-level revolution just as prone to being snuffed out as a country level revolution? Maybe more so? Or maybe it’s less so, as it flies under the radar a bit more.

Also isn’t municipal revolution actually really just reform? It’s very unlikely that a city will ‘collapse’ under capitalism and transform into socialism.

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