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" Our attitude towards war, however, is fundamentally different from that of the bourgeois pacifists (supporters and advocates of peace) and of the anarchists. We differ from the former in that we understand the inevitable connection between wars and the... "
Problems of Communism - Page 54
1979
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Politics of the Dispossessed: Superpowers and Developments in the Middle East

Hafizullah Emadi - 2001 - 164 pages
...into a revolution, which would lead to the establishment of the dictatorship of the working class. We understand the inevitable connection between wars and the class struggle within the country; we understand that war cannot be abolished unless classes are abolished and socialism...
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Imperialism, War & Terrorism

Doug Lorimer - 2007 - 37 pages
...Our attitude towards war is fundamentally different from that of the bourgeois pacifists ... in that we understand the inevitable connection between wars...classes are abolished and socialism is created; we also differ in that we regard civil wars, ie, wars waged by an oppressed class against the oppressor...
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Peace: A History of Movements and Ideas

David Cortright - 2008
...the brutality of war, he wrote, but their attitude is fundamentally different: We differ ... in that we understand the inevitable connection between wars...classes are abolished and socialism is created; we also differ in that we regard civil 14 Michael Howard, War and the Liberal Conscience (New Brunswick,...
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