Aspects Of Italian Communism

Michel Bosquet


Whether looked at from the point of view of politics, trade unionism or international affairs, the Italian Labour movement, has shown itself in the recent past, as the most militant and lively Labour movement in the capitalist world. Three facts above all have underlined its vitality; firstly, the huge gains which the Italian Communist Party (P.C.I.) achieved in the General Election of April 1963; secondly, the continuation and sharpening of great mass struggles and the gains made by a million metal workers ; finally, the role played by the P.C.I. in the elaboration of a strategy of struggle within the Common Market, and also its role in the international Communist movement.

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