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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Auguil 10, 1972 THE UTHBRIDOJ HERAIB 5 Max Wilde. Worldwide move to scrap death penalty nrovidctl by 55 countries, says pardoned by executive author- even those countries retaining ity. it adds, t icrp Uie deatli penally report thai, in are still coimlr.es in winch pBNEVA Despite the ris- ing tide of violent crime in most parts of the world, there is still a clear trend towards total abolition of the death pen- ally, according to a report by Book Review Unittxl Nations Secretary-Gen- eral Kurt Waldhcim, now considered by the UN Econom- ic and Social Council at its meeting here. The report, based on data practice, it is only exceptionally applied, and that frequently people condemned are later Revolution now domesticated "Autopsy ol Revolution" liy Jacques Kllul (Alfred A. Knopf, Sin.75. MO iiasrs, llis- trllilllcd Random House, of Canada "MPHE celebrated Marxist for- mula: 'Revolutions arc the locomotives of history' is a gross misslatemcnt of fact. On contrary, they usually seek to impede Ihe development of history." says the French author Jacques Elltil, Ls implic- it in the word ilself which is an astronomical term indicating the course of a star returning; to Us point of origin. To say the lea.st, this is an unconventional interpretation. Yet Ellul insists that most rev- olutions prior to the nineteenth century w ere conserva live, even reactionary, bent on re- storing a former situation or in obstructing a predictable fu- ture. Marxism takes a special beat- ing at the hands of Ellul. He points out how absurd it is to go on saying that capitalism spawns revolution when revolu- tion seems to confine ilself to the least advanced nations. Re- volution no longer has to do with economic appraisals and the question of class relatioa1! hut is directed to the seizing