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Under these conditions, too, such methods of political agitation as the holding of protest rallies, marches, petitions and lobbies are virtually ruled out, since they cannot be effectively organised in secrecy and are easily broken up as soon as they become publicly visible. Again, in so far as dramatic and symbolic acts of opposition, like a fast, vigil, boycott or sit-in, require not simply careful organisation but publicity for the act, this is very difficult 45 to secure when the authorities control the means of mass communication.
One way of classifying them is to note the extent to which the various acts concerned are forbidden in the different states of the world. For while certain forms of political activity are universally proscribed, since they are a threat to the existence of any state, no matter what its form or purposes, other proscriptions derive from the policies and conditions of the particular states involved. All states forbid the existence of private armies and seek to prevent penetration of the state police and armed forces by opposition political groups.
The Salt satyagraha of 1931 is discussed in detail in Joan Bondurant, Conquest of Violence (1958) pp. 88-102. F. Engels to G. ,Trier, 18 Dec 1889, inK. Marx, F. Engels and V. I. Lenin on Sciemtific Communism (Moscow, 1967) p. 199. I. Lenin, The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky (1918) esp. section 1, 'How Kautsky Transformed Marx into a Common or Garden Liberal', in The Essentials of Lentin, 2 vols (London, 1947). The Proletarian Revolution and Khrushchev's Revisionism by the Editorial Departments of People's Daily and Red Flag (Peking, 1964).