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A Contribution to the Analysis of Classes in Germany:Revolutionary Perspectives in the countryside?

In the introduction of the leaflet it was said among other things:

A Contribution to the Analysis of Classes in Germany:Revolutionary Perspectives in the countryside?

A Contribution to the Analysis of Classes in Germany:Revolutionary Perspectives in the countryside?
In the introduction of the leaflet it was said among other things:
“…Because building socialism and then communism is impossible without overthro wing the bourgeoisie, smashing the bourgeois state apparatus in a civil war, and establishing the dictatorship of the pro letariat over all reactionaries, communist fo ree s in an imperial ist co unity Iike Germany must themselves be clear that such a civil war cannot be won and the dic tatorship of the proletariat established wi thout winning the sympathy and even sup port of sectors of the exploited working people of the countryside. At the very least, certain strata in the countryside should re main neutral.
To be able to distinguish between friend and enemy in the countryside, it is necessa ry to know exactly the working-, living andclass relations there… ” 1. Five reasons why, without confronting the situation and tasks in the countryside, there can be no preparation for the victory of the socialist revolution.
“First: Whoever really wants to fight for the destruction of German imperialism in the proletarian revolution and for a radical break with all exploitative relations, must concern themselves with the question of what effects this radical break with life relations will bring internationally and domestically.
Second: The complicated situation of the working people in the countryside is tightly bound lo the opposition between city and country …
Third: … The Communist party must not abandon the masses of rural working people and exploited to the dominance of the imperialist bourgeoisie and reactionary forces in general…
Fourth: Even though it is widely recognized that capitalist society is divided into classes, especially the proletariat and the bourgeoisie, the fact is all too ojien overlooked that a portion of the proletariat is immediately tied to the land, namely that the proletariat in the countryside is represented by the rural proletariat…
Fifth; After all, the significance of the exploited and working masses themselves who are act ive in agriculture m usi be discussed … Especially during civil war, but also during the times of crisis, during the breakdown of the production and distribution mechanisms of capitalism, such as during and immediately following the first or second world wars, it becomes suddenly clear that even today agriculture is still a fundamental basis for social reproduction. Thus the question of the alliance of the urban and industrial proletariat with the majority of the rural population is of great significance …
Therefore it’s of central importance that the rural sector becomes a bastion of the proletarian revolution If it remains a base of the bourgeoisie, when the armed uprising begins in the cities, no victory will be lasting because the counter-revolution will succeed in mobilizing the masses of the exploited and working people in the(…)

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