Where was the Color at A16 in D.C.?
chris_brady at SPAMearthling.net
Wed Jun 21 14:09:02 MDT 2000
I appreciated the observations Yoshi provided from Irene Tung,
but when I read Carrol's conclusion:
survival of that movement (i.e., Seattle/A16) depends on its
subordination to a black-led black liberation movement.
I wondered how this might play with the rest of the US working class,
not just the white, but the Latin-, Asian-, or First Nations Americans?
Could potential converts to socialism balk at privileging one group
over another in contradiction of the socialist promise?
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