The 'Inevitability of Socialism'
The Meaning of a Much Abused Formula

Draper, Hal
Publisher:  New International
Year Published:  1947
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX7242

It is our conviction that the socialist revolution will triumph. There is no question of 'equal possibility.' But this conviction is based on an examination of evidence - in the first place, upon our Marxist analysis of the social forces at work, the truth of which, like all human truth, is tested and confirmed only in practice (in struggle). It is not the same as saying that the socialist revolution is inevitable.

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