The Anarcho-Leninist
Debate on the State

Do you have ideas or do ideas have you?
The debate question In the period immediately following
a successful mass uprising against the bourgeoisie,
should the form (or forms) of organization adopted by the proletariat
to secure its ultimate liberation be understood to be a state?

Part 5 Ben January 1, 2003
Finding the Confidence
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