Monthly journal of the Ernest Bevin Society. It is a small independent left-wing magazine based in Britain, but covering the wider world. Previously Labour and Trade Union Review.
The Ernest Bevin Society began as the British portion of the British and Irish Communist Organisation, but then decided Leninism was no longer relevant. In the 1970s it advocated Workers Control as general reformism as the best way forward in Britain. It warned ahead of time that the methods being used to fight Thatcher were going to fail. But retained a general confidence in socialism after the Soviet collapse.
We did also warn well ahead of it becoming obvious that Yeltsin was going to fail. And said in 1989 that People’s China was not in fact about to collapse.
We condemned New Labour for having adjusted to Thatcherite fantasies rather than what actually existed. And were flatly against the war on Iraq, fully expecting Saddam’s rather bad system to be replaced by something much worse.
See our publisher’s website at Athol Books.
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We also have a Policy Statement from 1987, which remains valid