>>3435>It continued in academia
That's true, but more true in Europe than America, isn't it? I don't mean to say that it stopped completely, absolutely dead, but that by the 1990s the radical socialist/communist tradition had become so anemic in the West that its direct transmission could more or less be said to have ceased.
I think what I'm trying to say is that because of this disruption at the end of the 20th century, the "culture" of radical socialism/communism of that era has ended, and we're about to pass through a qualitative change as young people rediscover that thought and tradition, if that makes any sense.
I'm not an expert or anything but this is what's been on my mind for a while.