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Old 02-24-2012, 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by BrainGlutton View Post
True. Anarchism is a tradition very closely associated with Marxism, and most self-ID'd "anarchists" in history have viewed capital and the state as their conjoint enemies -- their class enemies, that is, the Marxist-Leninist parlance/paradigm translates exactly to the anarchist side. Any anarchist revolution is, at least in its intent, a class war.
To an extent, although by the time of the Russian Revolution the Anarchists and the Bolsheviks were rivals and by the Spanish Civil War were flat-out enemies. Bakunin considered Marx a sell-out.