[Marxism] Fwd: "Industrial workers" (was Re: Richard Estes on...)
markalause at gmail.com
Mon Apr 1 14:43:01 MDT 2013
To state the obvious, workers can most certainly act as a class without
making a successful revolution. I think Louis was making the point that
some elemental form of class consciousness is absent from the
institutionalized trade union movement. I would add that the quantifiable
numbers indicate that the most elemental form of trade unionism seems to be
absent from the institutionalized trade union movement.
Recognizing this seems a very basic requiement of Marxism in the US today,
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When workers do act in their own interests as a class, there will be a
revolution. In fact, a revolutionary crisis will erupt when far less than a
majority of the working class begins acting in its own interests as a class.
All for now.
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