Travas Gunnell wrote:
> > > http://www.infoshop.org/faq/secC7.html#secc71
> > Ah, it makes me nostalgic for the old days. It has
> > been so long since I savored good old Marxist prose,
> > "class struggle", "exploitation", and "oppression".
> > Well, at least it proves that ideas can never die,
> > which may be good. Or, maybe not.
> > Lee Corbin
> Well, it wasn't Marxist. T'was anarchist, as was
> mentioned in my other recent post. Definitely
> anti-capitalist though.
Depends on what you define as 'anarchist' and what you define as
'capital'. Proudhon's definition, for example, does not match that of
current day 'anarchists'. Modern 'anarchism', as presented by left wing
groups like the IWW (the wobblies), tao.ca, etc. is most decidedly NOT
anything like the anarchism espoused by Proudhon, it has far more in
common with Trotskyism.
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