Italy: Working-Class Defeat or Program for Transition?

Authors

  • Joanne Barkan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-029-06-1977-10_3

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Abstract

A lack of reference to specifics of the Italian situation has characterized the debate on the strategy of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) which has been going on in the United States for over a year. The participants in the debate at times seem unaware of the economic programs and policies of the PCI, developments at the local level where the PCI is heavily involved in governing Italy, the history of the working-class movement (especially over the last ten years), and, perhaps most important at this point, events since the June 1976 elections.

Published

1977-11-03

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