[Marxism] Definition of nation: 1959-2006

Juan Carlos juancarloscruz at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 1 07:39:59 MST 2006




HOLA A TODOS: FELIZ 2006, HAPPY 2006, FROM A REVOLUTIONARY MUSQUETEER FRIEND 
OF DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

JUAN CARLOS


From: Joaquín Bustelo <jbustelo at bellsouth.net>
Reply-To: Activists and scholars in Marxist 
tradition<marxism at lists.econ.utah.edu>
To: "'Activists and scholars in Marxist 
tradition'"<marxism at lists.econ.utah.edu>
Subject: [Marxism] Definition of nation: 1959-2006
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 23:02:01 -0500

Josh says, >>In terms of the nation being real, please define what you
mean.  Can you give us your materialist definition of the nation?  Once
we take into account gender, race, citizenship, class, imperialism (in
Lenin's
sense) language, what room is there left for "nation" as a material
social relationship?<<

Of course. "Nation" is what kicked the ass of the imperialist and local
ruling class in Cuba on Jan. 1, 1959; and continues doing it to this
day.

Nation is what Fidel says,

¡Patria o Muerte! ¡Venceremos!

Happy 47th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

Joaquín


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