mstainsby at SPAMdojo.tao.ca
Tue Dec 7 12:57:25 MST 1999
Juan Fajardo <fajardos at ix.netcom.com> said:
> James Stewart:
> > Have been looking at some of the Bukharin materials for other
> >Seems like a bright guy.
> > Why is he so notably absent in American leftish literature? A
> >search turns up very little. If he is so influential what's the deal?
> Because, at least in my experience, most modern-day anarchists don't
> read, and especially don't read stuff by real old, real dead guys.
> - Juan
I guess you're thinking of Bakunin. Bukharin wouldn't get read by them
anyway, he's a Russian revolutionary.
check the "ten point platform" of Tao at: http://new.tao.ca
"We believe that socialism is the fairest system and we
are devoting our lives to it, but we have to demonstrate its
viability. It has always been a complex process, even though we
thought it would be easy. We have lived under pressure from the
start, and more so today, but we are not going to give up. That would
-Raul Castro, General of the Cuban Army, 1999.
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