Le Sabot

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The first sabotage would be a wooden shoe slipped by the 19th century worker into the machine on which he hikes. While the strike was an illegal action, this noble gesture made it possible to block the work without the management being able to understand how, making any sanction impossible. The infernal mechanism broken, the accident pushed the owner of the machine to consider his employee no longer as a vulgar salaried cog, but as a man standing there in front of him, one shoe less, the only one capable of restarting it. , and claiming for that to have at least a decent pair of laces. Once this sabotage was carried out, the claims obtained, the one who then walked barefoot set about recovering his hoof without leaving his hand there, restoring the proper functioning of things. Hell was resuming with a little less boredom, rested fists.

Weight 513 g
Dimensions 21.2 × 29.7 cm
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