Rudi Dutschke ( 1940 - 1979 )

...über den westdeutschen Studentenfüher Dutschke und die APO
"Revolution is not a short act, where something happens once and then everything is different. Revolution is a long complicated process, where one must become different." Rudi Dutschke (1940-1979)

"Revolution is not a short act, where something happens once and then everything is different. Revolution is a long complicated process, where one must become different." Rudi Dutschke (1940-1979)

Alfred Willi Rudi Dutschke (1940 – 1979) was the most prominent spokesperson of the German student movement of the 1960s. He advocated a long march through the institutions of power to create radical change from within government and society by becoming an integral part of the machinery. This was an idea he took up from his interpretation of Antonio Gramsci and the Frankfurt school of cultural Marxism. In the 1970s he followed through on this idea by joining the nascent Green movement.

Alfred Willi Rudi Dutschke (1940 – 1979) was the most prominent spokesperson of the German student movement of the 1960s. He advocated a long march through the institutions of power to create radical change from within government and society by becoming an integral part of the machinery. This was an idea he took up from his interpretation of Antonio Gramsci and the Frankfurt school of cultural Marxism. In the 1970s he followed through on this idea by joining the nascent Green movement.

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Many radical scholars and activists were influenced by Marcuse, such as Norman O. Brown, Angela Davis,Kathy Acker, Abbie Hoffman, Rudi Dutschke, and Robert M. Young.  Among those who critiqued him from the left were Marxist-humanist Raya Dunayevskaya, fellow German emigre Paul Mattick, both of whom subjected One-Dimensional Man to a Marxist critique, and Noam Chomsky, who knew and liked Marcuse "but thought very little of his work." Marcuse's 1965 essay "Repressive Tolerance", in which he…

Many radical scholars and activists were influenced by Marcuse, such as Norman O. Brown, Angela Davis,Kathy Acker, Abbie Hoffman, Rudi Dutschke, and Robert M. Young. Among those who critiqued him from the left were Marxist-humanist Raya Dunayevskaya, fellow German emigre Paul Mattick, both of whom subjected One-Dimensional Man to a Marxist critique, and Noam Chomsky, who knew and liked Marcuse "but thought very little of his work." Marcuse's 1965 essay "Repressive Tolerance", in which he…

"Revolution is not a short act, where something happens once and then everything is different. Revolution is a long complicated process, where one must become different." Rudi Dutschke (1940-1979)

"Revolution is not a short act, where something happens once and then everything is different. Revolution is a long complicated process, where one must become different." Rudi Dutschke (1940-1979)

Alfred Willi Rudi Dutschke (1940 – 1979) was the most prominent spokesperson of the German student movement of the 1960s. He advocated a long march through the institutions of power to create radical change from within government and society by becoming an integral part of the machinery. This was an idea he took up from his interpretation of Antonio Gramsci and the Frankfurt school of cultural Marxism. In the 1970s he followed through on this idea by joining the nascent Green movement.

Alfred Willi Rudi Dutschke (1940 – 1979) was the most prominent spokesperson of the German student movement of the 1960s. He advocated a long march through the institutions of power to create radical change from within government and society by becoming an integral part of the machinery. This was an idea he took up from his interpretation of Antonio Gramsci and the Frankfurt school of cultural Marxism. In the 1970s he followed through on this idea by joining the nascent Green movement.

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Gott sei Dank war Daniel Cohn-Bendit nur ein Idol meiner Jugend. Damals noch Weggefährte von Rudi Dutschke stand Bendit für radikale Sozialistische Ideen. Das endete für mich mit seinem Eintritt in die Sockenstricker-Partei. Heute macht er wieder Schlagzeilen und das haut mir richtig was über den Schädel. Cohn-Bendit als Kinderficker ist ein Bild das ich mir in meinen wüstesten Träumen nicht hätte vorstellen können.

Gott sei Dank war Daniel Cohn-Bendit nur ein Idol meiner Jugend. Damals noch Weggefährte von Rudi Dutschke stand Bendit für radikale Sozialistische Ideen. Das endete für mich mit seinem Eintritt in die Sockenstricker-Partei. Heute macht er wieder Schlagzeilen und das haut mir richtig was über den Schädel. Cohn-Bendit als Kinderficker ist ein Bild das ich mir in meinen wüstesten Träumen nicht hätte vorstellen können.

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