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bolsheviks as bourgeoisie in the socialist state? //The Role of the State and Social Democracy | Marxism and the State | History & Theory

July 8th, 2017 · No Comments

We have been critical of Marx/Lenin but this interesting essay shows the need to translate some given elements into our new framework: the analysis is still not good enough and the issues raised with respect to ‘State and Revolution’ in this essay remain of direct interest despite the new for a thorough critique and translation into our language. But the fact remains that bolshevism failed the test of its own lenist critique and ended with a one part state as the ‘bourgeoisie in control of the means of production’.
In our DMNC framework we should note that the executive aspect of the ‘neo-communist’ state does not control the means of production which are mediated via three sectors which consist also of economic courts, planning sectors independent of the political sector…https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=Democratic_Market_Neo_Communism_ver_5.pdf

Source: The Role of the State and Social Democracy | Marxism and the State | History & Theory

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