Since its inception, but particularly from last year, A L R has set out to publish articles by or about various writers whose interpretations of and approach to marxism show wide differences. These differences are not confined to problems of application of generally accepted principles, or to tactical questions, but go to fundamentals, as the editorial survey of the Australian Left in No. 35 pointed out. By and large, similar differences exist within each country, internationally, and within both ‘old’ and ‘new’ Left.
Recommended CitationAarons, Eric, Discussion, Australian Left Review, 1(39), 1973, 35-38.