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- Aye, many do. You can see them at Special:WhatLinksHere/Prefigurative_politics, which is linked to by the "what links here" link on the left-hand side of every article. Regards, Skomorokh 22:19, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
I have prepared a substantial edit of this article, correcting one major mistake. It says that Wini Breines originated the term, but it was used by Carl Boggs before her (in Boggs, Carl. 1977. Marxism, Prefigurative Communism, and the Problem of Workers' Control. Radical America 11 (November), 99-122; Boggs Jr., Carl. Revolutionary Process, Political Strategy, and the Dilemma of Power. Theory & Society 4,No. 3 (Fall), 359-93. Breines cites Boggs.
Less important, the quote attributed to Gandhi is not likely to beby Gandhi; there is no evidence that he said it and good reason to believe that it was first used after his life. So I have deleted it.
I have also added substgantial details about theuse of the term "prefiguratie,"the place of the concept (but not the term) in the works of anarchists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, and its further used since roughly 1990 by the US antinuclear movement, the antiglobalization movement, and Occupy Wall Street.
I tried to submit this article and did not succeed. (I haven't tried to edit a Wikipedia article before. I come to the end, see a box that says "you're almost done," I click on "save changes,"and the "you're almost done" box appears again. I don't know what I am doing wrong Tocreate (talk) 04:50, 11 March 2014 (UTC)