CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::a. Marx y los marxistas::11/en
Marx didn't achieve sizing, throughout his life, the gradual emergence of modern liberal democracy, of "public opinion" and the masses of the twentieth century. When he approached these phenomena, he openly distrusted, with a visionary smell, its actual contents, and specifically suspected the possibility of corruption by the capitalist powers. Marxists, however, have lived through the twentieth century caught between the rise of real or fictitious democracies, with their enormous power of social integration, held in the progressive expansion of consumption capacity, and peripheral realities of oppression brutal, of criminal dictatorships, in which successful revolutions have been incubated, from the uncontrollable anger of the poor of the earth, or of workers subject to overexploitation.