Can socialists and communists co-operate?

by Ernst Henri

Publisher: Progress Publishers in Moscow

Written in English
Published: Pages: 234 Downloads: 75
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Subjects:

  • Socialist parties -- History,
  • Communist parties -- History

Edition Notes

StatementErnst Henry ; [translated from the Russian]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHX"40"H3713
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p.
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20153717M
LC Control Number74171120

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In short: the Communists must co-operate with the German radicals and desire to do so. But they reserve the right to attack any writer who discredits the entire party. This, and no other, was our intention in attacking Heinzen. Brussels, October 3, F. Engels. Socialism/communism has never existed.

If governments are claiming to be ‘socialist’ they are nothing of the kind, any manipulated statistics and figures, are just de rigueur practices of all governments over people to maintain their hold on power. Oh yes. They love democracy, just look at the DPRK. Sarcasm aside.

Communists only believe in democracy for one group: communist party members, even then its restricted. The problem communists fail to realize is that not everyone is going to vote. It's semantics, I agree, but the problem is the word "control". While anarchist communists and collectivists voluntary enter into a situation of collective/social control, mutualists (and individualists) retain individual control based on more egalitarian distribution and choose to co-operate or not to as the case may be.

Unholy Alliance: Muslims and Communists - An Introduction. opening for co-operation with socialists and communists. The success of the of Java. cooperate definition: 1. to act or work together for a particular purpose, or to be helpful by doing what someone asks. Learn more. In Switzerland, the Radicals, though a very mixed party, are the only group with which the communists can co-operate, and, among these Radicals, the Vaudois and Genevese are the most advanced.

In Germany, finally, the decisive struggle now on the order of the day is that between the bourgeoisie and the absolute monarchy. Pankhurst and Gallacher felt to co-operate with Labour would compromise their principles and spread illusions about how change can be achieved.

Lenin sharply disagreed. Yes, from the point of view of communists, the idea that socialism could be achieved through parliament was obsolete, but that wasn’t how most people saw it. However, they dangerously underestimated Hitler.

The Communist Party achieved 6, votes in However, the Naziswith the social democrats on 7, (see source). In order to defeat Nazism, the Communists and Social Democrats needed to co-operate rather than fight each other.