marxism and imperialism

Walter Daum WGDCC at cunyvm.cuny.edu
Mon Jan 23 07:57:47 MST 1995


On Mon, 23 Jan 95 14:22:40 +0000 <wpc at cs.strath.ac.uk> said:
>
>Yes. I also think that 'anti-imperialism' is either
>a meaningless or a reactionary slogan in the modern
>world now that the empires have gone.
>It ties the workers movement to the coat tails
>of local capital and prevents an independent
>proletarian politics.

Examples, please? One aim of the workers' movement's anti-imperialism
was to break the proletariat from international capital and its domination
of weaker countries. The U.S. and Haiti, Russia and Chechnya come to mind
at the moment.

Walter Daum <wgdcc at cunyvm.cuny.edu>

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