Plans: cool or uncool?

UticaRose at aol.com UticaRose at aol.com
Thu Nov 23 05:37:55 MST 1995


In a message dated 95-11-21 01:09:09 EST, matt d. wrote:

>What would you say about the post-war national liberation movements,
>nearly all of which made some move in the direction of socialism --
>whether correctly or incorrectly by your standards -- and many of which
>were thoroughly and avowedly socialist (China, Vietnam, Cuba after
>'61 [?], et al.).
>
>

What would YOU say about them. While they were, at the time, lumped into the
socialist bloc, they didnt strike me as soviet-style regimes, other than an
affinity for leninist organizational models and tools. they did seem to be
revolutionary national liberation movements and hold a potential for ... what
? and how were they really relevant to "western" or more precisely north
american politics ?


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