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Reflections on the Left

If the Left accepts the advice given to it to overcome its "outdated" opposition to imperialism and neoliberal policies, this will lead to its incorporation into the structures of bourgeois hegemony. The Left lost votes among the peasants and the rural poor because its antiimperialism did not extend to the formulation of an alternative economic policy.

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