7. 'Socialism or Barbarism': The centrality of self-emancipation

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Introductory remarks

More than ever “Socialism or barbarism” to-day.

But a) problem of language and content - taking in account past experience and failures, opacity of notions, updating past debates ;

b) strategical stakes - behind the notion of "transitional method" (or program) : how to fight within/against the capitalist world order ?

I- Back to “Socialism” and “communism” : what do we mean ?

Lessons from the past and present struggles ; updating notions and debates.

II- What “transitional strategy” to-day ? At what level ? What fundamental demands ?

Catherine Samary : http://csmaray.fr

I) Michael Lowy: Transition, ecological and social planning [1]

II) CADTM For a unite front against the payment of public and private illegitimate debts [2]

III- Via Campesina. Environmental & social justice

Site = Who We ARE ? What are we fighting for ? What are we fighting against [3]

The right to food sovereignty. 16 October 2020 [4]

#Nov25: Peasants in the Struggle for our Rights, against the Virus of Capital and Patriarchy! [5]