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The function of I. The incoherent and often contradictory analysis of I. Freedom and democracy are opposed to authority and coercion source 2 p.
And so on. This is what constitutes the difference between the Marxist and the ordinary petty as well as big bourgeoisie. Of course the only way in which students will really fight successfully for a socialist society is linked with proletarian revolutionaries by a democratic centralist Marxist-Leninist party.
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Indeed what typifies their products is the rhetoric of Marxism without its substance. Thus James Wilcox source 1 p. The time has come to take seriously the images we use, to explore the limits of the analogies we invoke to the boundaries of the possible. Red Bases by image and analogy and then in February we decide if it is time to take them seriously and move from analogies towards the possible and indeed , its boundaries.
Apart from this intriguing concept of scientific socialism, the analogy is amazingly inappropriate. Red Bases in China were created by a few cadres led by Mao Tse-Tung when it had become clear that an urban revolution was not possible.
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The Bases were situated amongst the mass of the Chinese people, the peasants, were flexible in area and indeed location, were held militarily and were the basis of ideological work amongst the people. They were in time able to expand and link with others in order to surround the cities and thus complete the revolutionary overthrow of the Kuomintang regime.
- Ronald Fraser, Note on 'Work' Series, NLR I/53, January–February .
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None of these factors obtain in Britain if the concept is applied to higher education. Furthermore the wild comparison of geographical inaccessibility of the Chinese bases from their ruling class and the sociological inaccessibility of the student movement from ours presumably pleased the author so much that he felt no need to defend it.
This is not to say that in the course of many of these articles there are not interesting tactical ideas for organising and provoking struggle against the ruling class and its representatives. But without being put within a correct strategical perspective they can only be harmful and mislead students about the nature of the necessary proletarian revolution.
It might therefore be useful to conclude with a brief outline of what our attitude to the student movement should be, and which should be seen in the context of the other working papers in the two collections of documents published so far. We must recognise that students are part of the intermediate strata in capitalist society and as such are, in general, in a contradiction. The above-mentioned processes have modified core functions of the nation-state, depriving it of its traditional right to autonomous economic policymaking.
The first was the introduction of the single currency. The initial purposes the states had in undertaking this move — lower transaction costs and greater predictability of returns for business — have not been fulfilled. The second crucial transformation was the reunification of Germany. The economic recovery was based on a notable wage squeeze. The extended period of economic decline came to an end in when growth leapt to 2.
The economic recovery reestablished Germany as the central hegemonic power on the continent. The horizontal inter-ruling-class competition in Europe is responsible for the unaccomplished, though ideal-typical, capitalist development. Ibid, p.
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