Reform and Revolution

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy
Keywords: Movements

Abstract

The most difficult problem of revolutionary movements is to reconcile the needs and demands of the oppressed for immediate improvements with the necessity of radically transforming the whole system in order to do away with their oppression—in other words, how to reconcile reform with revolution.
Published
1968-05-31
Section
Review of the Month