Louis N Proyect
lnp3 at columbia.edu
Mon Feb 26 06:17:27 MST 1996
Louis: Good. Let's try to have a dialog. I think the others who refuse to
talk to you are mistaken. As I have said repeatedly, I am willing to hear
out what you have to say about the activities of the PCP in Peru.
On Mon, 26 Feb 1996, Luis Quispe wrote:
> > At last you made us laugh distinguish Professor Proyect. Sorry for the
> message that probably shake you up a little bid. Luis and several staff
> of The New Flag are out of town since
> Friday, they are attending the rally pro-US political prisoners in Boston,
> we have several friends in the leftist community, not necessarily
> supporters of the PCP (it takes some time to be vaccinated against the
> massive progaganda against the PCP in the corporate media, including
> Nacla and other liberal outlets. Obviously, we need to learn more on
> the class struggle in the U.S. and considering the status of the left
> in the belly of the beast maybe your are right in changing "leftist"
> parties like changing underwears. In Peru, we generally stay in the
> Communist Party for life, although many from the United Left have
> crossed ranks after the launching of the arnmed struggle in 1980,
> among them many of the intelligencia (sorry if I spell wrong).
> Saludos for the good posture.
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