I've read communisation theory and I find it very hard to understand, because it's written in "academicese."
Can anyone here give a lay-person's terms, "for dummies" explanation of it?
Here's my interpretation: During revolution, it's not enough for workers to take over the means of production and democratically self-manage. Whatever we produce under workers control, we must make available for free, immediately. During the revolution we'll probably need a relatively high amount of rationing (due to war), and with time we can phase that out. But whatever we produce must be provided for free from day one of the revolution.
Is that all there is to it?