Lenin's "Imperialism..."

Louis N Proyect lnp3 at columbia.edu
Wed Aug 16 16:27:44 MDT 1995

Paul is right and I am wrong. I should have been more specific and
referred to the bourgeoisie of the imperialist nations like the United
States, France, Germany, England, etc. Sorry for the imprecision.

Louis Proyect

On Wed, 16 Aug 1995, Paul Cockshott wrote:

> Louis
> -----
> of progressive role. Something changed in the late 1800's when
> colonial empires were being consolidated. No longer would a national
> bourgeoisie fight to challenge the landed aristocracy and create a
> modern democratic republic. It was content to allow the Junkers to
> rule as they did in Germany, or the Czarist nobility in Russia. It would
> be up to the working-class to create a democratic republic. This is the
> Paul
> ----
> It is not accurate to say that there have been no national democratic
> revolutions under bourgeois leadership this century. What about
> Turkey, Egypt, Iran etc?
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