MARXISM, in Marx’s own words, is “not a dogma, but a guide to action ”. They are dogmatists, not marxists, who rigorously apply everything Marx said to the world of today; yet, at the same time, changes since he wrote do not invalidate his teachings. It is not revisionism, but genuine marxism, to apply marxist methods of analysis to each new situation as it arises.
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