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By then, Cuba was a reference but not a mirror and the theorization of their experience did not guide the local process. In this point, those who systematized the critical eye and theorized about the strategy were mainly the Brazilians residing academically in the CESO, Vania Bambirra and Theotonio Dos Santos, who wrote a couple of texts where they questioned Focalism. The second big reference, the Russian experience, was addressed in a less innovative way and much more like a model. The left-wing organizations and their intellectuals analyzed the problem of power in Chile from the theoretical basis of Marxism-Leninism, trying to recognize which were the divergent and convergent points with the historical process that lead to the theory, the Russian Revolution.

Here it is necessary to point out that we will understand Marxism-Leninism in brief, that means, the observation that made Lenin about the Russian reality under the Marxist theory and the conceptualization of that reality under its particular interpretation that gave origin to a theory itself, the theory about power. The social scientists analyzed and compared the Chilean process with that experienced by Russia through the conceptualizations lifted by Lenin and became evident that although in Chile there existed working and territorial organization, these spaces had not achieved the same level of coordination and projection as the Soviets, which meant there still was not true pressure on the bourgeois institutionality that kept operating with the logics of democracy, trying to reconcile the interest of the reactionary bourgeois and the progress of popular actions.

Thus, there were two positions among the parties and the left-wing intellectuality, to move forward from the top, changing the character of the State using the bourgeois institutionality, or moving forward from below, building People Power, allowing the upward mobilization of the people in a way that filled the State, giving into the revolutionary leap. The final or partial conclusions remain printed in several publications of that time. Then at a theoretical level, we can identify two areas and levels in the discussion of the intellectuality about power, the first one concerned the assessments in regards to the State, its characteristics and role in the transition process to socialism.

In this sense, the social scientists tried to learn about the experiences already lived by implementing the Power theory, while in the second one, reference was made to the composition and projection of what was denominated as People Power, in that level the social scientists observed the growth of that phenomenon, without having very precise references to guide the experience and therefore, trying to draw lessons from it. In that meeting, held at the end of October ingave origin to a paper edited in that discussed the limits and possibilities of the State to develop the transition towards socialism.

The organizers recognized in the first pages of the publication what the experience of the Unidad Popular meant to the academic institutions and the challenge of "adapting their work to the demands of the social process, contributing from this point of view for its understanding" Basso et al. This last observation is very important due to the evidence of the acceleration of time that Chile was experiencing and the urgency with which the intellectuality, and especially the social scientists, were facing the reality. For these political-intellectuals, in the Chile of the Unidad Popular, there existed a revolutionary process within an institutional, political and juridical framework of bourgeois character, in this context it was important to define the limits between reform and revolution and to understand the power of the State, that one year before the rise of Allende to the government, it still had not been modified.

Highlighted in the interventions of these intellectuals are the numerous references to the texts of Marx for justifying affirmations about what the historical moment was that Chile experienced, what was the social training present and how these characteristics were expressed. One of the coinciding elements was that there was no clarity about what the characteristics were of a society in transition towards socialism.

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This lack of certainty served everyone in agreement with the diverse political conceptions, identifying the characteristics of Chilean society that would allow the definition Swing parties in ceren it as a society in transition, establishing the potential and limitations of the process. In this text Basso proposed that the construction of socialism did not begin with the takeover of power, but culminated in that, thus, the class and power fight was also a fight for rights, that means for a new institutionality. For the political Girls to fuck in street intellectual Italian, the violence in the power takeover was not an irreplaceable condition proposed by Marx, just as Marx had proposed that the law was the simple expression of the dominant class, that is why for Basso, the dialectic transformation of the bourgeois institutionality could generate the conditions for a complete transformation, it's to say, the construction of the revolutionary power.

There is a first discussion that underlies Flirtsignale richtig deuten mann affirmations of Basso, the discussion about strategy, beyond the political definitions of the parties that the Marxist social scientists adhered to, they had "scientific" arguments about the process. The theoretical interpretation allowed them to take several postures, and just like Basso proposed that violence was not intrinsic to transformation and that the change in the character of the State had to be "dialectic", there were others that were interpreting the theory in a different way, proposing the inevitability of violence 5.

In this line of thinking was Glauser, for him there was no possibility of developing a revolution from the inside of a bourgeois structural frame, since this structure limited the fight for power and thus, the transition to socialism. Although the Chilean process was in transition to a revolution, this transition at some point had to convert into a jump where the working class would take the power. Glauser said, "the popular forces want to respect the forms of bourgeois law, because now those forms have become a revolutionary weapon in the hands of the Popular Government.

But, the possibility that this would effectively happen does not rely only in the popular forces, but in the resistance capacity that the enemy has, Safe teen dating site this, once escaping the law, would have or would not have enough strength to break the institutional and juridical order" Glauser, For the intellectual MAPU follower, violence was not absent in the process but was dependent on the real forces that had reactionary sectors in respect to the consolidation of the Unidad Popular. He pointed out that if the popular process was consolidated, the bourgeois would be obliged to act outside of the institutionality through the violence.

It was urgent then to achieve the transformation of the character of the State, likewise the character of the police and armed forces so that they would not become an instrument in service to the bourgeois, affirming that "the socialist transition would not really begin unless there was an effective and decisive change in the character of the State, while the proletariat had not totally succeeded in the battle for power" Glauser, In these general lines of possibility and restriction of the State in the development of the socialist revolution, the rest of the interventions of Rossana Rossanda, Marta Harnecker and Antonio Viera Gallo were generated 7.

Harnecker, a militant of the Socialist Party, one of the parties that formed part of the Unidad Popular and disciple of Althusser, was dedicated mainly to theoretical were themes where the analysis of the reality through Marxism was the center. Unlike other intellectuals, Marta Harnecker did not perform an analysis of the popular sectors itself, her studies were more in the field of superstructure and theory, which did not imply the creation of a new theory of power, but an analysis of the existing theory in the light of national events. Her presentation analyzed in the seminar received the title: Independent of the different positions that existed among the Marxist social scientists, all of them started with some basic assumptions: Chile was moving towards socialism, there was a violent conservative reaction and that, despite the changes, there was a continuity of the bourgeois characteristics of the State.

In these publications, although we can not find a new theory of State or power, we can find the contributions from the theory of dependency made by several Marxist social scientists residing in Chile. That meant new interpretations and definitions about the social formation of Latin America and Chile, starting from these new conceptions they were contributing to the unique description of the composition of power in Chile, if the State was the product and reflection of the class contradictions, what shape would the class contradictions adquire in the country? What was the particularity of the State in Chile?

The research that we have discussed were developed in work groups and were oriented under specific themes, some of them are reviewed in the following chart Zavaleta had already published in an analysis about Dual Power and the experiences of the Bolivian Revolution of This Bolivian social scientist contributed to the power theory, proposing a characterization of the Chilean state that allowed, in his opinion, to explain the limits in the construction process of People Power. For Zavaleta, the Chilean state was characterized by its hypertrophy, transforming institutionality into something decisive in the development of social processes, pointing out that Chile was a country with a social and economic level that was not correlated with the enormous level of development of institutionality Zavaleta, In parallel to the theoretical discussions that the left-wing intellectuals were carrying out in Chile, there were also more concrete analyses based on the events that were happening during the government of the Unidad Popular, the analysis and interpretation of the tensions gave arguments to validate the strategy that these militant intellectuals ascribed to.

In the same publication and a year after the victory of Allende, Marta Harnecker conducted an analysis of the trajectory of the Unidad Popular and a balance of the improvements and setbacks of the government in the struggle to attain power. In the article she divided the period into cycles where the first four ones -that started in September to June were described as interspersed victories for the Unidad Popular and the right-wing party hampering the hegemony for one of the forces. This revealed the lack of leadership in the left-wing party and the impossibility of the right-wing to present a more accurate offense. At the same time, Booker hails from a state with a very well-organized, vocal pro-Israel community that has come out strongly against the deal.

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