What I described is neither a theory nor Marxist. I gave you a scenario--a very real one. Prove that it doesn't happen.
If you want to see where people are better off, it's in the areas where societies have embraced, relatively, free trade. The unrestrictive dance of capital and labor, where people get payed close to what they produce, is what is driving these countries forward. People have the option to say no to any transaction. So if two parties have dealings, both benefit. This is the way forward. By coercing people into transactions, one benefits at the expense of the other, wealth is destroyed this way.
LMAO @ "dance of capital and labor". It's so funny that you take your own drivel so seriously too. Waxing poetic as if you think you have some higher-order understanding of capitalism. LOL
The Bakers could have left Sara Lee and started baking somewhere else. But they didn't. So it must have brought them some advantage. So they allowed the manager his multi mullion dollar salary, who the hell are you to judge that transaction was injust? It was out of their own free will the bakers participated!
You just said a whole lot of nothing. The company that filed for bankruptcy was Hostess. If Sara Lee workers wanted to go somewhere else, they now have even fewer places to go.