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Bill Haywood

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Socialism is so plain, so clear, and so simple that when a person becomes an intellectual he doesn't understand socialism.

 
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On the one hand, Karl Marx wrote of the inevitability of socialism. But on the other hand, he organized a socialist movement, a socialist party, declared again and again that his socialism was revolutionary, and that the violent overthrow of the government was necessary to bring about socialism.

 
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