Fine, if the greedy One Percent wants to react once again by threatening to cut the jobs of their dependent serfs, then perhaps this time the serfs will convincingly threaten to revolt unless they get a universal wage in return for not being wage slaves and being only and merely consumers of the mass production lines' output.
This, BTW, is the same dynamic that happens during every so-called recession: the 99 Percent somehow gains a transactional upper hand over the One Percent and reduces their profit margins, to which the One Percent promptly retaliates by cutting jobs and other tactics to preserve their profits and make those who would dare challenge them suffer. The recession begins with a minor victory by the 99 percent, and ends with the One Percent's return to complete dominance. A recession is a failed revolt. It's real life imitating the art of Bilbo Baggins trying to plunder a single trinket from Smaug's mountainous horde and Smaug reacting by burning the whole village.