Our politics start with the world, Numéro 13 ;Numéro 2005
"Our job is to make a revolution in the country where we live and work. To do so we must understand--and understand thoroughly--politics and the class struggle within those national boundaries. But we can do that only as part of an international class that has no homeland--the working class. As part of an international alliance with exploited and oppressed toilers throughout the world. That's not a slogan. That's not the result of an act of will. It is the class reality of life in the imperialist epoch."--Jack BarnesAlso includes: *Farming, Science, and the Working Classesby Steve Clark *Capitalism, Labor, and Nature: An ExchangeRichard Levins, Steve Clark
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