The basic question of every revolution is that of state power. Unless this question is understood, there can be no intelligent participation in the revolution, not to speak of guidance of the revolution. The highly remarkable feature of our revolution is that it has brought about a dual power. This […]
A 1951 work outlining Damen’s view of ‘dialectical centralism’ as a synthesis of the Bordigist ‘organic centralism’ and Leninist ‘democratic centralism’ as a method of organising the Communist Party.
A 1902 work arguing for a centralised and disciplined vanguard party to lead the revolution, in a polemic against the newspaper Rabocheye Dyelo.
A 1919 text outlining the relation of the communist party to the workers councils or Soviets.
The theses presented in 1926 by the Left Fraction of the Italian Communist Party to its Third Congress, outlining the Left’s view of the organisation and tasks of the Communist Party.