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New Theories of Revolution (on Fanon, Debray, Marcuse)

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 01 Mar 2011, 14:10
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Post 19 Jan 2016, 22:07
https://archive.org/details/NewTheoriesOfRevolution

Scanned by me. It was written in 1972 by a leading figure in the CPGB.

[quote=Contents]1. REVOLUTION AND THE ROLE OF CLASSES
2. FANON AND CLASSES IN AFRICA
Peasants as a revolutionary class
Fanon's rejection of the working class
The intelligentsia and the national bourgeoisie
Can the peasants lead the revolution?
The effect of labour migration on the peasantry
African chiefs
The Lumpenproletariat
Is there an African national bourgeoisie?
The living standards of African workers
Did the African workers participate in the national struggle?
The role of the workers after independence
Post-Fanon
3. DEBRAY AND THE REVOLUTION IN LATIN AMERICA
A hundred years of struggle
Students and workers
The Cuban Communists and the anti-Batista struggle
The failure of the 1958 General Strike
The PSP's attitude to armed struggle
Post-Batista—The transition to socialism
Some characteristic features of the Cuban Revolution
The enemy also learns
The national bourgeoisie
Revolution in the revolution?
Urbanisation and the working class
Postscript on Debray
4. MARCUSE AND THE WESTERN WORLD
Marcuse's views of modern capitalist society
Marcuse's rejection of the working class
The New Opposition
Youth and the revolution
Students and society
Red bases in the colleges
Can students lead the revolution?
France, May-June, 1968
Is the working class integrated?
Changed composition of the working class
White-collar workers
The major contradiction
5. CONCLUSION[/quote]
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