CPB::I. ¿Qué puede ser hoy un marxismo ortodoxo::4. Comunistas otra vez::02/en
I argue that reformulating Marxism to be able to account for what has happened since the fall of real socialism requires a class analysis of the style that Marx proposed around capitalism. I argue that an analysis, which follows by analogy from Marx's method of historical analysis, will lead to the conclusion that the class power of the bourgeoisie is being progressively replaced by a ruling class of a new type, which opens a new era in human history, the age of bureaucratic power. I argue that the bureaucratic society is a class society distinct from capitalist society, that its mechanisms of legitimation, its ideological form, the way of producing life in general, are different. I argue that most of the political problems, both globally, and at a national level, may be interpreted in a coherent and encompassing theory, when viewed from the perspective of the transition from capitalist society to bureaucratic society.