English | 7:37 min | 2006 | hits: 1.353
Political movements often have no economic vision and no class consciousness. The movement against nuclear power, for example, has never questioned what the cancellation of nuclear energy would mean for the people employed in the nuclear industry. Maybe more energy won from coal and thus more lung diseases? The movement absolutely lacks this perspective. Many political movements do not adopt the perspective of the working class, which is why they do not become big enough to have any actual effect.
team: zen, leroy/laborB*