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Jawbreaker is win.
I've been reading the Sidney Hook book by occasionally picking it up and reading a random chapter out of order, because I'm spending most of my time on other books. But the chapters I've read, like one on anarcho-syndicalism, and one on Lenin's/Luxemburg's pre-WWI arguments against reformist/syndicalist/parliamentarian trends, were really excellent. I also read most of the Introduction by his son or grandson, which was quite interesting. I actually tend to think that people who become traitors to the left, as Hook did, write the most interesting things while they are leftists; because anyone who could ever make such a radical departure was not the type of leftist to get mired down in details, but always kept the big picture.
I'm not really sure what John Dewey's pragmatism is all about, so I can't say what influence it does or doesn't have on the book.
Anyway, you definitely should check it out.
Is Chesterfield King a reference to the Jawbreaker song?
No problem, happy to have you as a member.
I have created a user group for comrades in The Great State of Texas.
PS tell your texan friends. Oklahomans welcome upon request.
"No, it's for those who don't dogmatically cling to this or that communist current."
The RevMarx user group is already specifically dedicated to this tendency. Feel free to join.
And what's the purpose of your group? Sorting out what kind of communist you really are?
Have-Nots = Gonna-Gets
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