Farewell, Comrade Paul
AbstractThis eulogy was read by Robert W. McChesney at a memorial meeting for Paul M. Sweezy on April 17, 2004, in New York City.—The Editors. If I belong anywhere today, it is with you. But to my great regret, I cannot be physically present. No doubt other speakers will deal with Paul as a major theoretician, a worldwide influential thinker and struggler for the sake of humanity. And there is much to say about Paul the human being. Not to monopolize the stage, I have selected two areas to dwell on: Paul as a friend and Paul as a coworker.
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