Council forms of organization does not break completely with the terrain of a hierarchical society. (…) We shall see, in fact, that the council form contains many structural limitations which favor the development of hierarchy. (…) Councils tend to conceive of people primarily as economic entities, either as workers or nonworkers. This conception leaves the onesidedness of the self completely intact

Bookchin, Murray: Post-Scarcity Anarchism (1971)

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