When Bini Adamczak's little book on communism was published in the US in 2017, under the title Communism for Kids, caused the great resurrection. A number of reactionary commentators from media such as Breitbart talked about "brainwashing" of American youth. The combination of communism and children's book was too much.
It may well be that the capitalist national democracies are not surrounded by the same self-evident naturalness as they were after the fall of the wall, but we do know that in many contexts "communism" has meant mass murder and tyranny. How, then, can Adamczak write a story about how people try to create a communist society?
Something must be done
In a North American context, the word "communism" is fraught with connotations of. . .