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  1. Ace High
    26th July 2013 22:41
    Ace High
    I haven't, I would love to though. Haven't been doing much reading lately for some reason, I used to read alot. That's definitely been on my list though. He's one of the only successful revolutionaries and he did it before even labeling himself a communist.
  2. Ace High
    26th July 2013 03:11
    Ace High
    Ah sweet, I dig it! xD Che is so under-appreciated on this forum, lol.
  3. International_Solidarity
    14th July 2013 01:17
    Yes, Capital is proving to be quite a challenge.... However, I am going to force my way through it! I hear that you don't really understand it until you read it a second time. And David Harvey reads it once a year and states that every-time he sees even more. But the first time is a daunting task to say the least!
  4. Brutus
    13th July 2013 09:50
    I meant to put it in italics, not bold!
    Capital is a fortress, so I must confine myself to reading Wage labour and capital.
  5. Brutus
    13th July 2013 09:42
    May I recommend using Marx 2 Mao instead of marxists, as it is much easier to read from?
  6. Brutus
    13th July 2013 09:10
    Foundations of Leninism, reform or revolution, and I have read Socialism: utopian and scientific again.
  7. Brutus
    12th July 2013 22:49
    Amen. What have you been reading, exactly?
  8. International_Solidarity
    9th July 2013 21:56
    I am doing well! I have been reading a lot of Marxist literature lately!
    Thank you Marxist Internet Archive!!
  9. Brutus
    9th July 2013 18:01
    I've been good. I should really be reading more Marxist literature, but rev left gets the better of me! How are you, comrade?
  10. Brutus
    23rd February 2013 09:23
    Exactly. My favourite moment in his south american journey was where he gave the miners money from his girlfriend.

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  • About International_Solidarity
    I am a Socialist, it dictates every aspect of my life.
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    Political Statement
    I am definitely a pan-Leftist. Although I am Trotskyist and Left-Leninist leaning. I read works from any tendency I can find, including Anarchism. I am open to ideas from any tendency, and I feel that I belong to many of them.
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    "We cannot be sure of having something to live for unless we are willing to die for it." - Ernesto 'Che' Guevara


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