analysis of social classes

Chris Burford cburford at
Sun Jun 11 23:14:54 MDT 1995

Hello Nello,

Unfortunately your reasonable question may generate theoretical

Marx's account of classes tails off at the end of volume III of
Capital after only just over a page.

What principles do you think should guide the answers to your

Chris Burford, London

It is nice to have increasing contributions from Europe.

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 > Hi all,
 > there are interesting questions whose I desire have some replies about the
 > analysis of social classes in advanced capitalistic system:
 > in the modern system of production, where engins have central rule, workers
 > have still
 > a strong propulsive charge in the struggle against the system ?
 > who can be defined bourgeois and who proletarian ?
 > what is the rule of intellectuals ?
 > the mass of unemployeds can be defined a class or they are still a mean of
 > blackmailing
 > whom the masters use against workers' vindications ?
 > what 's the rule of urban underproletarians ? It's possible give them a
 > conscience of class and how?
 > It 's possible trasform the anger of the ghettos and boundaries in a political
 >  struggle ?
 > What's the rule of trade unions ?
 > the financial capitalism can be fought and how?
 > thank you for every replies.
 > BY     Nello
 > il sonno della ragione genera mostri
 > thr dream of reason generate monsters
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