As a new generation discovers socialism, this important text by
American Marxist Hal Draper makes the case that genuine liberation
can only come from the self-activity of workers. Draper outlines
the important distinction in the socialist movement between those
who looked for freedom to be handed down from above and those who
saw the revolutionary struggle as being led by ordinary people from
below for their own liberation. The late Hal Draper was the author
of the five-volume study of Karl Marx's Theory of Revolution
(Monthly Review Press).
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