But how will such an alternative party ever come into view if we don't continually criticize the undemocratic structure of bourgeois politics, U.S.-style? How can such criticism ever be "beside the point"?
In a message dated 98-06-09 14:32:36 EDT, you write: Max writes: <<
The criticism of the undemocratic nature of the Jackson
campaign is long-standing, not least among his supporters,
and is beside the point. All presidential campaigns in
the two major parties entail such features, so you are
criticizing Jackson for not fitting your vision of an
alternative political party. When no such party is in
view, campaigns like Jackson's merit support.