lnp3 at panix.com
Wed Apr 3 06:35:37 MDT 2013
Richard Seymour proposes: "a realignment of the forces of the
revolutionary left, which are hardly in an optimal state of
organisation. There is no historical or conjunctural need for the 57
varieties of revolutionary socialism to be distributed in twice as many
sects, groupuscules and minorities of one. But to unite them in an
effective organisation has never been a simple matter of stitching
together the existing fragments. They are too committed to their
trademarked orthodoxies, their turf, their routines, their hierarchies
and their internal cultures. Any serious new party or formation would
have to be heterogenous, open to heterodoxy and far less
bureaucratically centralised than the existing revolutionary sects.
Realignment requires the old fragments to be shaken up and, in a sense,
radicalised: this is the potentially productive aspect of the crisis."
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