[Marxism] Voting with feet, not commendable in Argentina Re: China's high speed rail plans
nmgoro at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 02:56:36 MDT 2009
A national issue is, by definition, a class issue.
The national question is a class question.
Imperialism 101, dear Artesian.
Of course there are lots of class analyses to be made on the national
question, and related issues.
The first and foremost being what bloc of classes will succesfully
confront, in the territory of a semicolonial or colonial country, the
pressure of the bloc of classes that, from the imperialist countries,
permanently attempts to drive the development of productive forces in
the former towards the best satisfaction of the ruling class (and its
associates) in the latter.
But what am I doing. I already know what will S. Artesian answer, etc., etc.
2009/9/3 S. Artesian <sartesian at earthlink.net>:
> And if you strip the question of infrastructure development away from the
> class analysis of the actual relations of production in 3rd world countries,
> if you regard infrastructure, development as a thing in itself, a "national"
> task, if you use that as an excuse to support, applaud, embrace expansion of
> the capitalist relations of production, then you're no Marxist, no way,
> you're a poseur
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nestor Gorojovsky" <nmgoro at gmail.com>
> To: "David Schanoes" <sartesian at earthlink.net>
> Sent: Thursday, September 03, 2009 5:47 PM
> Subject: [Marxism] Voting with feet, not commendable in Argentina Re:
> China's high speed rail plans
> These issues are adamant in any Third World country. If you can´t guess
> this, then you not only can call yourself a Marxist, you can hardly call
> yourself a serious person.
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