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My tentative take is that there's an inchoate quality to their fears that's new.
But from this inchoate, messy movement emerged a central demand: an eight-hour workday.
Their thinking moves by leaps in the dark, through fruitful errors and inchoate visions.
The opposition is inchoate, its leadership unknown, its aims so far vague and various.
Given the spontaneous, geographically diverse and inchoate nature of these disturbances, there was never a credible single cause.

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