i was arguing on-line, on a paper
marx and engels did change their ideas... in the direction of reformism, but the fact remains that a total working class conquest of power remained the ultimate goal
how was marx a reformist?
i thought the term ("reformism") in the context of communism meant a group who advocated for reform being the most important ingredient for revolution, but perhaps i was wrong ?
how was the term used in the zimmerwald conference? was it used for marxists (seeking the overthrow of the whole social structure) who thought that this had to be pretty gradual?