chapter  34
Algeria Evacuated
(1963)
Pages 25

The analysis that follows does not aim to define a revolutionary policy in Algeria. The question of this country’s fate can no longer be and has not yet been asked in this way. No longer, because the momentum that animated the masses in the course of the nationalist struggle is now gone; no revolution took place. Not yet, because the problems that assail the workers, which the present leadership’s policy is incapable of resolving, will end by making conditions ripe for a new intervention by the masses; the revolution remains to be made.