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He graduated from Harvard College in 1977. At this point in his life, Cramer was a staunch left-winger, naming his plan to revitalize The Harvard Crimson, the school newspaper, with inspiration from Lenin's "What Is to Be Done?"
What Is to Be Done? (Russian: Что делать?) was a political pamphlet, written by Vladimir Lenin at the end of 1901 and early 1902. The title is inspired by the novel of Nikolai Chernyshevsky with the same name. The piece called for the formation of a revolutionary vanguardist party that would direct the efforts of the working class. Lenin thought that, left to their own devices, workers would be merely satisfied with "trade unionism," and that only a revolutionary party could direct a "scientific" socialist revolution. "The history of all countries shows," he wrote, "that the working class, exclusively by its own efforts, is able to develop only trade-union consciousness," that is, combining into unions, etc. Socialism, however, is the product of the intellectuals.
Originally posted by Rocketgirl
Hearing Jim Cramer talk really makes me sick. How can he say that the depression is over? Things are still getting worst.
He's a person that can't be trusted.
Originally posted by wiredamerican
Housing materials are flowing faster and faster each day now.
im cramer tells people on October 6, 2008 to take all their money out of stock right now. Cramer says in anguish, "whatever money you may need for the next 5 years, take it out of the stock market right now, this week."
Originally posted by timfix
they call it a repression since it will last longer then a recession and shorter the a depression ...