Algeria

Julio Fernández Baraibar julfb at SPAMsinectis.com.ar
Fri Aug 20 01:13:11 MDT 1999



Louis:
Una excelente nota acerca de Argelia. ¿Como explicas la aparicion del
fundamentalismo, que no existia en la Argelia revolucionaria y por que las
masas musulmanas se sienten expresadas por el y no por alternativas
socialistas mas avanzadas? Quiero decir, ¿no se ha identificado demasiado el
socialismo, el marxismo, la revolucion con esos objetivos
"developmentistas", si me permitis la expresion, y eso ha contribuido a que
los marginados del proceso lo miren con recelo?
Espero que entiendas mis preguntas.
Un abrazo
Julio F.B.

----- Original Message -----
From: Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com>
To: <marxism at lists.panix.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 1999 9:50 AM
Subject: Re: Algeria


> This has led to growing polarization between the FLN
> bureaucracy and the national bourgeoisie and, finally, civil war. These
are
> the class realities of post-independence Algeria. It has everything to do
> with the ravages of the world capitalist system, which Algeria has been
> tightly integrated with from its infancy. When I analyze the Cuban
> revolution, it will be obvious that none of these contradictions--until
> recently--were able to take root. Capitalism, both internally and
> externally, have been a problem in Algeria from the beginning. Cuba was a
> different story.
> Louis Proyect












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