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From Carlos Pérez Soto
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You can not separate any judgment you want to do about Marxism from the noble and heroic deeds, like those of Che Guevara, or the overthrow of Somoza, or the Long March in China, nor from the infamous moments and sinister periods, like murder of Roque Dalton, or the Moscow trials, or the violence against culture in the Chinese Cultural Revolution. You can not argue that Marxism theory is very good, but the men who practice it have not kept pace. You need to explain in a Marxist way what happened, why we believe things could be different. And it is necessary, first of all, to recognize and publicly tell the truth about these processes and their root causes. There is no other way to be credible again to those who contemplate, with just horror, many of the things occurred.