On the contrary, history generally confirms that the more conscious and the better you are organized in vanguard organizations, the more constructively you operate in the mass organizations of the working class.
Mistakes in themselves are unavoidable.
To make marijuana against the law is like saying god made a mistake.- Bill Hicks
Mixing one's wines may be a mistake, but old and new wisdom mix admirably.- Bertolt Brecht
Cambodia was not a mistake; it was a crime. The world is diminished by the experience.- William Shawcross
Whenever I think, I make a mistake.- Roger L. Stevens
Error is discipline through which we advance.- William Ellery Channing
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|5th April, 1923
|20th July, 1995
|Author, Economist, Professor, Theorist
Ernest Ezra Mandel was born in Frankfurt, Germany. He was a German-born Belgian revolutionary Marxist theorist, author, economist, and professor. He is the author of such works as Late Capitalism, An Introduction to Marxist Economic Theory, The Meaning of the Second World War, Trotsky as Alternative, and Power and Money. He was a professor at the Free University of Brussels. He was one of the most prominent anti-Stalinist Marxist intellectuals of his time. A political theorist and economist, his worldview was shaped by experiences in the Second World War as an underground political activist in Occupied Belgium and during his subsequent internment in a Nazi prison camp.
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