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The daily travel from home to work at hours and locations which are extremely concentrated for the large mass of wage-earners who have no possibility of arranging their time or space. e. predominantly at the times we call 'rush hour'. • , This dependence on the time-table of collective transportation is reinforced by dependence stemming from the routes of the transportation network, itself also conceived according to the capacity to resolve certain problems of spatial distribution of place of work rather than the attempt to increase intra-urban mobility.
Analysis in terms of class is thus depersonalised and one can speak of the domination of capital without referring necessarily to the consuming habits of the bourgeoisie. It is at just that historical moment that capital progressively loses any concrete in~arnation, that its logic becomes diffused on the world scale, that its power is increasingly identified with that of world-wide political powers, that the conditions are ripe for a collective realisation of the obstacle represented by the social relationships structurally dominated by production for the qualitative transformation of the societal model, but made necessary nevertheless by the transformation of productive forces and the forward leaps of political and ideological practice.
Urban dispersion and the formation of metropolitan regions are close1y allied to the social model of advanced capitalism, designated ideologically by the term 'mass society'. In fact, the monopolistic concentration of capital and the technicosocial evolution towards organisation of very large units of production are at the root of the spatial decentralisation of functionally related establishments. The existence of big commercial firms, with standardisation of products and prices, permits the diffusion of residences around shopping centres, easily connected by a system of rapid communications.