[Marxism] Quiting Marxism, embracing what?
jonflanders at jflan.net
Fri Dec 1 14:04:47 MST 2006
Personally I find Joaquin's and Stan's qualms about marxism and the role
of class reassuring. If smart folks like them are having doubts, then we
are getting close to the darkness before dawn.
I'm watching the young new hires coming in my workplace, long a bastion
of the white and male. Still male, but the composition is changing.
These youngsters will be heard before long.
On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 06:30 -0800, Jeffrey Thomas Piercy, El Pato
> Alan Bradley wrote:
> > Looks like pretty standard anarchism to me.
> > Alan Bradley
> Rejecting Bolshevism in the modern Western world is the same as being an
> anarchist? Personally, I consider Bolshevism inappropriate and still
> think of myself as a Marxist(-in-training).
> Though I'm no more sure of what /he/ meant by it than anyone else
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