Reform or Revolution

Mattick, Paul
Year Published:  1983
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX8293

The reformists had no principles to 'betray.' They remained what they had been all along, but they were now obliged first of all to safeguard the system in which their cherished practice could continue. The revolution had to be reduced to a mere reform, so as to satisfy their deepest convictions and, incidentally, secure their political existence.

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