Party and Class

Pannekoek, Anton
Year Published:  1936
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10863

The belief in parties is the main reason for the impotence of the working class; therefore we avoid forming a new party - not because we are too few, but because a party is an organization that aims to lead and control the working class. In opposition to this, we maintain that the working class can rise to victory only when it independently attacks its problems and decides its own fate.

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