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  1. Blake's Baby
    Yesterday 09:13
    Blake's Baby
    Have avoided it so far but perhaps I might. Some errors in the Left Comm position that I could comment on.
  2. Brad
    11th December 2014 21:39
    Brad
    Heh, I didn't think that one through. I meant to say, don't podcasts require Apple products?
  3. Brad
    11th December 2014 21:37
    Brad
    Was that you who invited me to join the podcast group?
    I do appreciate it, but will it be posted online somewhere? My laptop's really the only way I could listen to it.
  4. RedWorker
    8th December 2014 21:20
    RedWorker
    Is the SPGB Marxian or Marxist, then? I thought Impossibilism was a Marxist tendency?
  5. Tim Cornelis
    8th December 2014 19:44
    Tim Cornelis
    Hello, are you willing to contribute to Marxistpedia? http://marxistpedia.mwzip.com/wiki/Main_Page

    I'm not sure if you're a marxist given the Chomsky avatar tho
  6. Hit The North
    29th November 2014 12:35
    Hit The North
  7. Hit The North
    28th November 2014 22:29
    Hit The North
    About what?
  8. Blake's Baby
    28th November 2014 08:07
    Blake's Baby
    Yeah, I thought so.
  9. Brad
    20th October 2014 22:24
    Brad
    As for your first question, that's just semantics that makes no sense. An election to a bourgeois institution is a bourgeois election. Period. No ifs or ands or maybes or buts.
  10. Brad
    20th October 2014 22:22
    Brad
    "I understand other tendencies define reformism as the use of general elections to contest political power"

    No. That is one aspect of reformism. As for anarchism, impossibilists want a classless, stateless society too. Even Newell was pretty clear that the SPC included both reformist and impossibilist elements, and the latter opposed electoralism. As I said, and according to libcom and Newell, elections were used for propaganda purposes by those who did approve of doing so (and even that was not universally supported within the SPC), not with the intent of entering bourgeois institutions to enact gradual change.

    Anyway, I did say I wasn't really looking to debate it (I'd rather read and come to my own conclusions), but whatever.

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