„In the history of modern socialism this is a phenomenon, that the strife of the various trends within the socialist movement has from national become international.“

—  Vladimír Iljič Lenin, What is to be Done? (1902)
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„This verse that in acknowledgement I bring
Goes back to the beginning of the end
Of what had been for centuries the trend;
A turning point in modern history.“

—  Robert Frost American poet 1874 - 1963
Dedication (1960), Context: Today is for my cause a day of days. And his be poetry's old-fashioned praise Who was the first to think of such a thing. This verse that in acknowledgement I bring Goes back to the beginning of the end Of what had been for centuries the trend; A turning point in modern history.

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„Individuals bearing witness do not change history; only movements that understand their social world can do that.“

—  Ellen Willis writer, activist 1941 - 2006
Context: Individuals bearing witness do not change history; only movements that understand their social world can do that. Movements encourage solidarity; the moral individual is likely, all unwittingly, to do the opposite, for bearing witness is lonely: it breeds feelings of superiority and moralistic anger against those who are not doing the same. "Three Elegies for Susan Sontag", New Politics (Summer 2005), Vol. X, No. 3 http://www.wpunj.edu/~newpol/issue39/Willis39.htm

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