Will Griffin: Why No Revolutions In Imperialist Nations?

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by Will Griffin
Writer, Dandelion Salad
April 10, 2020

“There are two main reasons for this. The capitalist class learned how to pacify revolutionary spirit and that was through promoting petty bourgeois ideology. The second reason of why revolutions haven’t been successful or even more difficult to make in imperialist centers is because of concessions.” — Will Griffin

The Peace Report on Apr 4, 2020

Why haven’t there been any successful revolutions inside imperialist nations? So far, revolutions which have established a dictatorship of the proletariat have only occurred in oppressed nations. Why? Two main reasons: petty bourgeois ideology and concessions.

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