CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::2. Marx, los marxistas, nosotros::b. Los marxistas y nosotros::12/en

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Classical Marxists lived at the time of the Doctrine of National Security, that, in practice, preached open warfare against any progressive attempt, and that included resorting to fascism, to open military violence, to explicit involvement of the military in politics. A doctrine from the right and for the right, that could be fought from a wide political arena. We live in the era of the Doctrine of Low Intensity Conflicts, which produces a war that becomes permanent, but diffuses into thousands of small initiatives that do not explicitly show themselves as political. A doctrine that no longer requires military dictatorships, because simply emptying the democratic mechanisms is sufficient. A war that is presented as fighting crime, and that is of interest for integrated citizens, because of which it can be supported without noticing its political background, almost as a policy of public good, protection of the family, and peace.