I need to read Graeber’s Debt
because early Jewish texts grew out of an ancient capitalist-esque environment, and were therefore concerned with assisting both capitalists (ba’alim, owners, etc), and protecting workers’ rights. These texts were produced in fairly jewishly populated areas in which some Jews were rich and some weren’t; contrast this to eastern europe were basically every Jew was poor as shit. THE TALMUD AIN’T GONNA BE MUCH HELP IN THAT ENVIRONMENT.
SO As much as I’d like to think some rabbis were proto-Hegels/Marxs, THEY DO NOT COMMENT ON ENTIRE SYSTEMS OF POWER. Therefore, they do not really endorse any kind of right- or left-wing ideology, but kind of unconsciously support the status quo.