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Am 14.10.2014 um 16:48 schrieb Mark Lause via Marxism:
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I'm having trouble getting access to this piece.

However, the Workingmen's Party of California grew from the interests of
small Euro-American proprietors resisting the rise of railroads and the
forces of industrial capitalism. Like all such operations its appealed to
"workingmen," but no more so than the major capitalist parties.  And, it
was prone, like all, to embrace misleading labels.

It was hardly "anticapitalist" in the sense of opposing the capitalist
order in general.

And it was certainly never "Marxist" in any way, shape or form.

Solidarity,
Mark L.
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