Communism develops within the anti-psychiatric movement

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Below is the review of a book compiling interviews of several leading antipsychiatric activists, many of whom (not all) are visibly communists:

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Opposition to psychiatric coercion is floundering because it has no revolutionary potential on its own. We made gains in the 1970s because we combined forces with other movements against oppression. We lost those gains, as have all oppressed groups, because we let ourselves be divided.

To acquire the social power we need to uproot coercive psychiatry and the State that requires it, we must join forces with all other oppressed groups and especially the largest oppressed group, the working class.

The Revolt Against Psychiatry: A Book Review

 

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In another article on the

In another article on the same website, criticizing another book, the author quotes:

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The task of planning a future society properly,” as Rosenthal says, “belongs to those who live in it, and they will use whatever methods or models meet their needs at the time. Our task is to organize a socialist revolution to end class rule so that humanity has a future to shape.

Capitalism Makes Solutions Impossible: A Review of ‘Rebel Minds’