[Marxism] The Council for the National Interest

A.R. G amithrgupta at gmail.com
Thu Jul 30 18:13:51 MDT 2015

I would go further than Louis. I don't know all of these people but some of
them are a lot closer to Ramsey Clark than they are to Paul Craig Roberts.
Ann Wright also comes to mind, although she doesn't work with CNI.

I also don't see it as a tactical difference. These people are very
courageous, they should be praised in their own right whether or not they
qualify as "leftists," a qualification that appears to serve no apparent

- Amith

On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 2:10 AM, Louis Proyect via Marxism <
marxism at lists.csbs.utah.edu> wrote:

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> On 7/30/15 7:55 PM, Jeff via Marxism wrote:
>> I can't believe I'm reading this! Does anyone think that because these
>> members of the ruling class (who also function in its state) left their
>> positions they somehow became part of the left??
> No, they are not part of the left--thank goodness. If James Abourezk was
> in the ISO, for example, there's little likelihood that he would have ever
> been invited to speak on the PBS News Hour and other such shows that reach
> millions of people. We should be happy that there are a number of prominent
> people including Mearsheimer and Walt who have the guts to denounce the
> Zionist project even if it is from a "narrow" perspective. The Palestinians
> benefit from their support much more than they do from tiny Marxist groups
> that have great politics but zero influence.
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