Sunday, 23 April 2000

From "Don't Start Me Talking"

Your second question? The politics of small press poetry is petite bourgeois, of course. That's why one continually trips over liberalism and fascism. But the new social movements have demonstrated what Lenin said: the petit bourgeoisie is a vacillating class, and can be fantastic. I don't think José Bové has the whole answer but I'm on his side versus every trade union bureacrat and idiot stalinist sectarion.

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