L.WILLMS at SPAMlink-f.frankfurt.org
Thu Oct 5 11:25:30 MDT 2000
schrieb lnp3 at panix.com (Louis Proyect)
in 220.127.116.11.20001003111211.00f8f36c at popserver.panix.com
ueber Re: Trotskyism
LP> Mao was merely practical and never wrote about anything that did not
LP> relate immediately to the conquest of power in China.
This is not true. He wrote a lot about maintaining the power of the
burocracy in China.
LP> Clearly there
LP> are two different methodologies at play here. I would urge those who
LP> are interested in making theoretical contributions and launching
LP> proletarian parties to study the Fourth International. Those who are
LP> interested in the conquest of power would be well-advised to study
LP> Mao's writings.
There is one group outside of China which really did learn taking
power and maintaining it from Mao Tse Tung: the "Khmer Rouge" in
Kampuchea with Pol Pot at their had.
I don't think that you recommend to learn like them.
Lueko Willms http://www.mlwerke.de
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