The political theory of revolution
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- Program of the dispossessed is key to
victory of revolution
- From the Leage of Revolutionaries for a New America,
Rally, Comrades!, November 1997. The line of
march is a phrase often used, and after a while in the
revolutionary movement terms begin taking the place of
concepts. But this phrase is so fundamental, we keep going
back to it to try and understand what is meant.
- Revolutionary Culture
- By Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Le Monde
2004. Revolutionaries, who question history, have always
kept their distance from the idea of cultural heritage as
a gift of the past, regarding it instead as the product of
former ruling classes that controlled the course of
history but have since been overthrown.
- By Dr. Fidel Castro Ruz, President of the Republic of
Cuba, at the Karl Marx Theater on January 3, 2004, for the
45 anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban
revolution. Unhappy with the social and political
situation in our country, we simply resolved to change
it. What happened to Cuba would help showing all of the
illusion and deception contained in those elegant texts
about principles and rights.
- Harmonization and Global
- A chapter from Richard K. Moore, Transformation:
Why we Need it and How can we Achieve it?
(2004). We are now in the midst of an extremely volatile
and unstable moment in history. Even in the midst of a
chaotic situation, our Transformational Imperative remains
in effect. if We the People get our act together in the
right way, there is no power that can stand against
- Direct Democracy, Wisdom Councils, and The
- By Richard K. Moore, 19 January 2004. Anyone with any
sense today knows that civilization is overdue for radical
transformation. If we love our children, if we care about
life, we have no moral choice but to do whatever we can to
change all this. For sensible people, there are only two
important questions: Can we make a real difference? If
so, what can we do?
- Gathering the Tribe
- By Mumia Abu-Jamal, 19 June 2007. How to remake this
world that is obviously going wrong. Learn from mistakes of the
past. Every generation must discover its mission, and
fulfill it or betray it.
- The Class Struggle will no Longer be
Offshored: Who will make our shirts when China is rich?
- By Jean Bricmont, Le Monde diplomatique,
September 2007. Social democracy is still based on the
exploitation of the third world, with which Europe must
now create a new relationship.