Re: [OPE] Marx: 'The Possibility of Non-Violent Revolution'

From: paul bullock <>
Date: Sun Jan 11 2009 - 19:05:15 EST

Jerry, if i remember correctly Tucker referred to marxism as appealing to neurotics... is this true?

Paul B.
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> Does anyone have read?: Karl Marx, ‘The Possibility of Non-Violent Revolution’, in Robert C. Tucker (ed.), TheMarx-Engels Reader (New York, 1978), pp. 522–4.

> Is it available on-line somewhere?

  Yes it is, Alejandro. Marx's speech to the First International in Amsterdam on

  September 8, 1872 was published in the journal _La Liberte'_ and it can be

  read online at under the title "La Liberte' Speech".

  The title of the talk was apparently given by Tucker, not Marx.

  In solidarity, Jerry


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