Daniel Singer’s advice to young radicals

Prague Spring - 1968

Prague Spring – 1968

 

“Don’t run, young comrades. Don’t climb onto exposed barricades just to be shot at. Watch your step, because the ground is full of pitfalls. For you, workers in industry, some traps will be dressed up as “truly revolutionary.” For you, students, technicians, intellectual workers, not all the traps will be so obvious as “participation”. Watch out and learn. But go on advancing together, in a fighting formation, because your generation can take us on the road to socialism and freedom. And the alternative is still a relapse into barbarism, with or without nuclear doom.” –  Daniel Singer’s advice to young radicals in 1968 still holding true from Prelude to Revolution [Pg. 409].

 

 

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Mainline Marxism or Die. Activist, Student, and Degenerate.
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