I am fascinated by the fact that "forced labor" happens only from state-owned enterprises to stigmatize companies from buying Xinjiang cotton and it is directly correlated with the drop in the demand for US cotton!
After you have seen evidence of neocon Mike Pompeo saying he was going to target State-owned enterprises (ie ones where the profit goes to the people and not the greedy billionaires) a publicly owned factory gets set on fire on March 15.
A bourgeoise revolution is what happened in India, Pakistan and many other countries post-ww2. That's when you get rid of your imperial overlord. Usually, the national bourgeoise take over because they are the ones with the most money (to hire mercs), power and contacts+
Indeed, you are replacing one set of bourgeoise (people who don't earn their living through labor) with another (people who also don't earn their living through labor), but the reason why everyone would chose India over colonial England is as follows:
Well, almost. Inside the USA, slavery is a very delicate institution. People don't want to be slaves and have nothing to lose. So there are always slave rebellions and insurrections. Slave owners worry about 3 ratios.
If there are too many middle managers, the middle managers will just murder the owners in their sleep and become the new master of the plantation.
So they deliberately took care to make sure they brought Europeans who were not Catholics and also of different languages.
If there are too many slaves and not enough overseers: See Haiti, Russia, Jamaica, China, Venezuela. Americans were very paranoid about that because after the slave insurrections in the carribean, many planters moved to the Carolinas.