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Structures, whether national political ones or intermediate social ones (such as the workplace), also help shape culture. This impact of structures is particularly strong in reference to attitudes toward authority. Carole Pateman, "Political Culture, Political Structure and Political Change," British Journal of Political Science 1, pt. 3 (July 1971): 291-305. 55. " Shlomo Avineri, The Social and Political Thought of Marx (Cambridge, England, 1971), pp. 141-42. 56. V. I. Lenin, "The 'Platform' of the Adherents and Defenders of Otzovism," from "Notes of a Publicist," March 1910, in V.
52. 13. Clifford Geertz, The Interpretation of Cultures (New York, 1973), p. 64. 14. Myron J. , August 31-September 3, 1979, p. 10. 15. Eric Hoffer, The True Believer (New York, 1951). Cultural Prerequisites of Revolution 25 a counterelite that is willing to seize power and to construct new institutions on the basis of alternative symbols and values. Ideologies, therefore, have potent political connotations. They are more than a response to a crisis or a stopgap measure; they are also a stimulus attempting to elicit commitment to political action.
287. "z8 Lenin, nevertheless, was in complete accord with Marx on. the importance of delegitimation. Indeed, Lenin's preoccupation with revolution pervaded his understanding of ideology. If he discussed the development of class consciousness, it was not in the sense of a campaign to enhance the intellectual level of the workers, assist them in recognizing their own best interests, or understand more fully the goals of socialism. " The role of the party was less to educate than it was to train and indoctrinate, thereby loosening the grip of false consciousness.