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25 Oct 03:01 PM

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One cannot either imaginatively or practically pursue
“class demands” as if the working class has one set of united and homogeneous material interests. It makes neither political nor theoretical sense to imagine an
undifferentiated working class demanding a larger share of the pie, to be divided among them with the same ratios of remuneration as currently exist based on racism and sexism. Just as black workers cannot stand in for the whole, neither can skilled white workers. Each group is exploited in a specific manner, and to different degrees.

Could anyone let me know the meaning of sentences, in sentence by sentence? So I can think, therefore I can be.

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