Revolution and Marxism, Teckla and Phoenix

Randi128 at aol.com Randi128 at aol.com
Thu Feb 27 10:58:44 PST 2003

Well thougt out and intersting to read. Bravo for having the time to sit down 
and contemplate Steve's reasoning. I always thought that the uprising 
couldn't take place in Teckla because:
        1.) The Teckla were not, as a majority, upset. (Remeber the 
        2.) The Empire already had a sound, economic foundation.
        3.) The Empire has a strong enough, and loyal enough (The majority 
being from
             the elite themselves), military to put down any uprising.      
        4.)The Empire has Sethra Lavode ('nuff said on that). 

John D. Barbato, OD