rade unionism, parliamentarism, mass parties, the
struggle for social reforms, support for struggles to form new states... these
are no longer valid forms of struggle for the working class. The reality of the
open crisis shaking capitalism, the experience of social struggles which this
crisis has engendered, is making this more and more clear to hundreds of
millions of workers all over the world.
But why were these forms of struggle, which were so
important for the workers’ movement last century, transformed into what they
It’s not enough to be ‘against’. In order to have a
solid intervention in the class struggle, to be able to combat the
disorientation which bourgeois ideology always imposes, we also have to know why
we are against.