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Of Reform and Revolution: The Case of John Maynard Keynes

To imagine the ideal society is easy, to bring it about is hard. That is as true as it is cruel, and it is a dilemma that revolutionaries have faced from time immemorial. One aspect of that dilemma is the brute fact, neglected as brute facts often are, that one must begin where one is. That is why the gap between reality and imagination needs to be filled by reform, and as reform begins to show its limitations relative to the ideal so revolutionary consciousness grows.

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Jonathan Rutherford