[P]rivatization of commons in Western Europe and North America since the 1980s is but a reaction to a rapidly growing heterogeneous society; and a move by those who have*, to prohibit those who can’t**, from fraudulently obtaining rents.
Similarly, creating compliance processes is making what used to be unnecessary to formulate and to structure, and implicit – knowledge of, and compliance with, core business-affecting legal procedures – explicit, so that the workforce created by heterogenification can either understand it, or be deprived of excuses in case they don’t.
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* property, status, class
** obtain property, status, class
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