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Llfi’BBS Dietzgen Dear Editors, Adam Buick’ s str iking and sympa th- etic account of Joseph Dietzgen (RP10) sheds light on what is surely one of the most shadowy areas of Marxist philosophy. Buick places us all in his debt and, moreover, demonstrates convincingly that Dietzgen well deserves to be rescued from his current neglect. […]

12 Reviews

Social inertia being what it is revolutions are resisted and hence infrequent. The small caucus which always provides the spark for a popular revolution must be fully aware that a successful revolution will only come about if there prevails a profound dissatisfaction wi~ the status quo. In a sentence whose political profundity makes it strangely […]

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LelleJls Dear Editors The trouble with most Marxists, would-be Marxists, left-wing intellectuals, and bannercarrying hangers-on, is that they live outside!the real classstruggle; they live in cloisters, like monks; and only very rarely do they ever descend into the suppurating wound where the organisms of inequality originate. There is sound reason for the belief.that no revolution […]