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In very general terms, the two primary responses to this question point in opposite directions: one affirms that power can and must be grounded solidly in its popular constituents, that, through representa- tion, the peoples will is expressed in power; and the other claims that sover- eign authority, even popular sovereignty, must through the mechanisms of representation be separated and shielded from the will of the constituents.

The trick is that all forms of modern representation combine, in different measures, these two seemingly contradictory mandates. Representation con- nects and cuts. Representative democracy might appear today as a pleonasm, writes Jacques Rancire. But it was initially an oxymoron. Modernity has left us the legacy, both in its socialist and liberal figures, of at once the ne- cessity of the sovereign unity of power and the fiction of its being a relation between two parties.

The Communards clearly recognizedand this was no errorthe falsity of the claims of modern representation. They were not satisfied to choose every four or six years some member of the ruling class who pledges to represent them and act in their interests.

It took many years for others to catch up with the Communards and see through the falsity of modern representationand if you want one particularly tragic episode in this monstrous history, ask someone who lived through the passage from the dictatorship of the proletariat to the all peoples state in the era of Khrushchev and Brezhnevbut now this perception is becoming generalized.

Unfortunately, though, the recognition that leaders dont really represent our desires is most often met with resignation. Its better than authoritarian rule, after all. In effect, the modern paradigm of representation is coming to an end without there yet taking shape a real democratic alternative. Charismatic or bureaucratic leaders, hierarchical party structures, vanguard organizations, and even electoral and representative structures are constantly criticized and undermined.

The immune systems of the movements have become so developed that every emergence of the leadership virus is immediately attacked by antibodies. It is crucial, however, that the opposition to centralized authority not be equated with the rejection of all organizational and institutional forms. Too often today the healthy immune response turns into an autoimmune disorder. In order to avoid traditional leadership, in fact, social movements must devote more not less attention and energy to the invention and establishment of such forms.

We will return below to investigate the nature of some of these new forms and the existing social forces that can nourish them. Many of todays most intelligent political theorists, often ones with rich activist experiences, regard the problematic of organization as a festering wound that remains from past defeats.

They agree in general and in theory that organization is necessary, but seem to have a visceral reaction to any actual political organization. You can taste in their writing a hint of bitterness from dashed hopesfrom inspiring liberation movements that were thwarted by superior forces, revolutionary projects that came to naught, and promising organizations that went bad and fell apart internally.

We understand this reaction and we lived together with them through many of these defeats. But one has to recognize defeat without being defeated.

Pull out the thorn and let the wound heal. Like the unarmed prophets whom Machiavelli rid- iculed, social movements that refuse organization are not only useless but also dangerous to themselves and others. Indeed many important theoretical developments of recent decades, in- cluding ones we have promoted, have been cited to support a generalized refusal of organization. Theoretical investigations, for instance, of the increas- ingly general intellectual, affective, and communicative capacities of the labor force, sometimes coupled with arguments about the potentials of new media technologies, have been used to bolster the assumption that activists can or- ganize spontaneously and have no need for institutions of any sort.

The phil- osophical and political affirmation of immanence, in such cases, is mistakenly translated into a refusal of all norms and organizational structuresoften combined with the assumption of radical individualism.

On the contrary, the affirmation of immanence and the recognition of new generalized social ca- pacities are compatible with and indeed require organization and institution of a new type, a type that deploys structures of leadership, albeit in new form. In short, we endorse in general the critiques of authority and demands for democracy and equality in social movements.

And yet we are not among those who claim that todays horizontal movements in themselves are sufficient, that there is no problem, and that the issue of leadership has been superseded. Behind the critique of leadership often hides a position we do not endorse that resists all attempts to create organizational and institutional forms in the movements that can guarantee their continuity and effectiveness.

When this happens the critiques of authority and leadership really do become liabilities for the movements. We do not subscribe either, at the opposite extreme, to the view that the existing horizontal movements need to dedicate their efforts to resuscitating 8 the leadership problem either a progressive electoral party or a vanguardist revolutionary party. First of all, the potential of electoral parties is highly constrained, particularly as the state is ever more occupied or sometimes actually colonized by capitalist power and thus less open to the influence of parties.

Second, and perhaps more important, the party in its various forms is unable to make good on its claims to be representative and we will return to the question of representation in more detail.

Progressive electoral parties, in the opposition and in power, can tactically have positive effects, but as a complement to not a substitute for the movements. We have no sympathy with those who claim that, because of the weakness of the movements and the illusions of reform through electoral means, we need to resuscitate the corpse of the modern vanguard party and the charismatic figures of liberation movements past, propping up their rotting leadership structures.

We too recognize ourselves as part of the modern revo- lutionary and liberation traditions that gave birth to so many parties, but no act of necromancy will breathe life into the vanguard party form todaynor do we think it desirable even if it were possible.

Let the dead bury the dead. Leaderless movements as symptoms To confront the leadership problem we need to recognize, first, that the lack of leaders in the movements today is neither accidental nor isolated: hierar- chical structures have been overturned and dismantled within the movements as a function of both the crisis of representation and a deep aspiration to democracy.

Todays leadership problem is really a symptom of a profound his- torical transformation, one that is currently in midstreammodern organi- zational forms have been destroyed and adequate replacements have not yet been invented. We need to see this process to its completion, but to do so we will eventually have to extend our analysis well beyond the terrain of politics to investigate the social and economic shifts at play.

For now, though, let us focus on the political terrain and the challenges of political organization. Only by doing so would it achieve a new transition, a new pact, in which the fundamental protagonists were not the political or economic elites but the people Iglesias a, p.

Small and medium enterprises, rather than huge corporations, should have greater support from the state p. It was not enough for a class such as the proletariat to take state power in its neat form, as it was for Marx, simply by virtue of its economic position; moral and intellectual leadership was needed on top of this to produce a set of ideas and values—of meanings—that would bind a number of different sectors together in a collaboration capable of sustaining the regime.

They propose the thoroughly constructivist view that there is no founda- tion that the collective will need necessarily be constructed upon; the ideas and values around which such a will might be constructed are consequently not limited to those that have a special relationship to pre-existing classes.

Although the majority of those camping out in the Puerta del Sol protests were part of the so-called Facebook generation, the Podemos leaders recognised that behind the protesters was a much larger audience of sympathisers who were following events at home on television Iglesias a, p. Many of these people were frustrated because austerity policies had denied them the stan- dard of living they had come to expect p.

The new story that Podemos needed to tell was one in which the elites were the adversary of the people united as a whole, undivided by left-right divisions. La gente the people was the audience on the other side of the television screen, against whom the state had been set to work by the governing casta Iglesias c, 7: In countries such as Venezuela and Bolivia, populist movements had overthrown entrenched elites, bringing economic prosperity to a large part of the population who had gained nothing from years of obedience to neoclassical economic doc- trine.

The Podemos intellectuals needed to resist this. In their view it was not primarily through political parties that people engaged in politics, but rather through the media. Iglesias a, p. Iglesias b, p.

A thoroughgoing constructivism, reminiscent of that proposed by Laclau and Mouffe, is evident in this strategy. Two horizontal branches of the organisation, Circles and the Citizen Assembly, exist alongside each other.

They are capped by an member Citizen Council, co-ordinated by a single secretary-general. They are the basic unit of the Podemos machine, designed to produce political nourishment for the party by proposing initiatives and topics for debate.

In the May EU elections, just four months after Podemos was founded, the party won 7. In the general elections of December Podemos, now in alliance with regional parties with similar political platforms, won Spain now faced a political impasse: At one point Podemos agreed in principle to govern alongside the PSOE, but talks soon became acrimonious and any hope of a left-wing government evaporated.

New general elections were called for June This time Podemos decided to join forces with other minor national parties such as Izquierda Unida, as well as smaller regional parties, in the hope of achieving a sorpasso overtaking of the PSOE.

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This policy became the reason for Scottish opposition and re- sistance. In other words, the parable creates sense in constituting social community in various narrative situations. In the wild, feeding is continuous during daytime; the fish peck selectively at small prey trapped on coral substrate in a home range of many square meters.

As in the case of cancer, also hunger had a gendering aspect by corrupting key-symbols of gender role models: Sed de mal: The former somehow opened the door to the latter.

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