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I stand for abolition of family. The problem is that this argument has been depleted of its meaning by marxist States who replaced the expected affection of a community, with the cold hand of the State…
I might have used the word incorrectly 😛
Saint Andrewism had a good video on the general concept of Family a few months back.
Family abolition has always been something a core component of the communist revolution. Clearly it’s changed over the past few centuries. It’s funny to see Marxist-Leninists decry talk about family abolition when Marx and Engels repeatedly state that the family would be abolished and replaced with new, expansive, liberatory kinship structures.
I don’t know about your figures about how many families are ‘good’ or ‘bad’. But ultimately I agree with the idea that youth liberation is both necessary for building a revolutionary movement and intrinsic to communism (or anti-market anarchism/socialism)
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