America's Road to Socialism. Six Lectures Given at the Los by James P. Cannon

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11 ' lHan:ilts, will ' be .. oot allair. III the COUI"M of and slaughter end devastation of ita develoJm1ent, not _ _ uri1,other countrie.. e becinni:nc. Nil, th;" .... 'Jt o! die developA_del. social .... orId; aM criais coming in thl. an,. huMl"fuL. of traditional features of bourgwitl billio... of dollar. tltat ·tl,,~,. won't rule in th& Uniteoi state. wiU be able to pay f(lr it under Ihe crumble and fall. I reter to the p,rellf'llt blldrf:t, or doable or triple Ameriean two_party IYltem "ad.

Olutionis ts pushi n~ it to the leit. -'nd in thi. rke ...... h~ for the 6 ... e the Aaeriean worktr. Wlilies _ 1~lr ...... '«G"nt _ tllM! ary Man, ist Parly . hld! forlO .. -hich h .. theorizfld it ~ bf,(GI"t it bef.... ,Id of work. It 11'111 ~ome. ia. tbt. _ panding ~tllatIGII. what i. Hid i. the aerlptura. p. lre of the work_ -"[$' movement in the pre~ent. It begins with. 1 development, and assemble. ita p reU minary cadl'''' on that hasis. This theoretical und",rstand. v_ inr froni It, are the eondition.

Solved in a thorough .. going manner by the Civil War of the Sixties, whi~h wa~ also a Mdal ,",volutian, and a mo~t benelleent 0 ..... , too. After Mme preliminary polit .. leal fumbling and military In .. "e part of gen .. eral. '. "evolution, guaranteed the national unity of tlte stale. under one federal government and extendd its domain from border to border and from eout 10 etlaat.. ThU$ the political p~requi5ile lor the unharnpe"red development of the entire eontinent IS one ec0nomic unit,w&!

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