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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Double Game of French Socialism

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VI - Tactical Gradualism

·        The implantation of a self-managing society will not, however, be effected immediately. The SP will adopt a gradualist method:

--"To successfully carry out this fearsome and grandiose task [of transforming society], it [the SP] must not lend an ear to those . . . who preach the savage liberation of all desires - 'everything, right away, always and everywhere: a permanent and generalized trance' - and even less, of course, to those who flatter these impulses to better deviate energy and wills from the goals of social transformation" (Program, p. 33).

--"It behooves us to go toward the ideal and understand the real" ("Declaration of General Policy," p. 46).

--"Rigor, of course, calls for prudence. These reforms will be slow, but our determination is great (ibid., p. 48)

 




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