150 Years After the Communist Manifesto
Year Published: 1997
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX9040
Loren Goldner writes: "Every generation of communists, beginning with Marx, has made the understandable mistake of believing that it lived in the "final days". Marx was righter than he knew when he described communism as the "old mole", which burrows beneath the surface, seems to have disappeared, and then reappears stronger than ever before. It is necessary to ask where the old mole is today."