„Class consciousness can be brought to the workers only from without, that is, only outside of the economic struggle, outside of the sphere of relations between workers and employers. The sphere from which alone it is possible to obtain this knowledge is the phere of relationships between all the various classes and strata and the state and the government-the sphere of the interrelations between all the various classes.“

—  Lenin

Quelle: What is to be Done? (1902), Chapter Three, Section D, Essential Works of Lenin (1966)

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