CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::a. Marx y los marxistas::04/en

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There is evidence, in his defense of the Paris Commune, in his bitter criticism of the Gotha Programme, that Marx never managed to understand the logic of the mass workers' parties that began to emerge, precisely in the years of his age. He, great and stubborn, remained rather clung to the radical logic, largely inherited from romantic heroism in a time marked by mediocrity, careerism, the desire for integration, which too deeply affected the programs and political strategies of the emerging workers' parties. The theory of imports of consciousness, or the need to establish a communist movement more radical than the overall strategy of the labor movement until then, already show the difference, and the inadequacy between the Marxism of Marx and the Marxism of Marxists.