CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::3. Un marxismo de nuevo tipo::a. ¿Qué es el marxismo::18/en
There isn't a correct Marxism, neither theoretically nor practically. Strictly speaking, the judgment on the possible correction of a will, or a policy can only be established by practice, case by case. There are no general formulas, nor is there any Marxist construct that has withstood the impact of the actual conditions in which it developed. Nobody can today, in light of the general catastrophe, claim the title of a "correct Marxist". The past is, from this point of view, an ominous set of shame, oppression and crime. Those of us who believe that communism is possible can only affirm our will in fragile shreds of a sometimes glorious past and in the future, especially in the future, that is the vital matter to any will of change.