THE MASS STRIKE by L. Marcus (Lyndon LaRouche)

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Putting to one side the absolutely crucial role of qualified leadership, the experience of workers and others during this period can do nothing but convince them of the futility of existing legal channels of protest. It is only also required that the fundamental aspirations be expressed in terms appropriate to the common (rather than local) interest of broad layers, and that programmatic solutions to those demands be posed, for political strikes by vanguards in every region to produce repetitions of Columbia and Paris as the characteristic, almost daily phenomena of the unfolding period.

May 19, 1968

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