Now that revolution is, on the one hand, associated with the failure of the twentieth-century socialist revolutions and, on the other hand, embraced as a marketing slogan by the “dynamic” sectors of capitalism, what is the efficacy of revolution? What form of Marxism is most adequate for building a genuine democracy, and for opposing and working against capitalism in its current form? To what extent can anarchism be a resource in constructing new “universals” that are attentive to and open to difference? Building a new society from the bottom up offers the best prospects for a better future, and this will take new strategic and theoretical resources
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