[Marxism] The Chinese Revolution (90 years ago)

S. Artesian sartesian at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 18 09:00:09 MST 2009


I hasten to add, what I wrote does NOT mean that "revolution is always on 
the agenda."  It does mean that when that revolutionary moment, situation, 
eruption arises from the conflict between means and relations of production, 
for the working class to NOT pursue an independent program, independent 
action, its place at the head of the struggle and in opposition to a 
bourgeois program,  will mean defeat. 





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