An article on leftcom.org about Marxism and Anarchism, which arises from a recent meeting very well attended by people curious about this topic, including somebody from the ICC, contains this paragraph, which I found stimulating. Because of formatting problems that beset me I will comment on the paragraph seperately.
In the current global capitalist crisis the goal of human emancipation may not be as far away as we think. Although it is possible to talk of anti-capitalism now without being seen as certifiable, as a class we have hardly started in the process of opposition. What we now have is a rich experience of 200 years of struggle. It is an experience which remains unknown to most people today. It certainly has not yet been absorbed by the majority of the world working class.