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Education 1 Workingclass

Education 1 Workingclass

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Published by Drew Povey
This pamphlet considers why socialism is the self-emancipation of the working class
This pamphlet considers why socialism is the self-emancipation of the working class

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Published by: Drew Povey on Sep 20, 2012
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Why theWorking Class?
Education for Socialists
Te Workers’ ViTal role 3-5
 HS
Te TWo souls of socialism 6-9
H pE
class and reVoluTion 10-20
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Te sape of Te 21-31Working class
m SmH
Why the Working lass?
 Te Workers’ViTal role
 HSFirst rinted in
The Meaning of Marxism
A mn of the productive forces is the absolute prac-tical preise of couis because without it wat is geeral-ised, ad that eas that all the old crap ust revive agai.” By“all the old crap” marx eat classes, iequality, class strugglesad war. a world scale this proble has bee solved. he aterial basisfor socialis exists, but as a result of the course of capitalist devel-opet it is very uevely distributed. For exaple, i the USA output per a-hour, averaged for all sectors of the ecooy, rosefro 37 uits i 1870 to 100 uits i 1913 (take as baselie), to 208uits i 1938 ad to early 400 uits i 1963. the other had, i ost of the “uderdeveloped” coutriesoverall productivity reais very low. It has bee kept low by thecopetitive power of the developed capitalist coutries ad by thetrasfer of resources fro the “uderdeveloped” to the “devel-oped” by iperialis. A Chiese ecooist published a book i 1950 givig these fig-ures: “I the USA there was a average of about 600 ties oreidustrial capital per head (of the populatio) tha i Chia, orore tha 900 ties if aufacturig capital aloe were cosid-ered.” ve akig every allowace for idustrial developetsice 1950 it is clear that the basis for a classless society i a isolated

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Thanks a ton! Do you have "The Basic Ideas of Marxist Economics" by Peter Green? Actually, it's a Education for socialists 4 of old series. is there more article? I have found a Education for socialists 8(women's liberation and class struggle).
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