The Monument: The Story of the Socialist Party of Great Britain Paperback – 8 Jan 1976
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The Socialist Party is of the Impossibilist school of Marxist thought. That is to say, it rejects altogether a reformist strategy for achieving socialism. Note, the Socialist Party does not reject, dismiss or discount the value of reforms necessarily, only a reformist strategy, though some reforms - such as nationalisation, are excoriated as not only reformist but positively capitalist. The Socialist Party is probably the only political party in Britain to hold this type of position. The Socialist Party believes that a socialist society can only be achieved by the democratic will of a conscious majority. It therefore focuses its time and resources on education and propaganda, and fights the odd election to raise awareness.
The socialist society envisaged by the Socialist Party is a moneyless, borderless, stateless society with production for use, not profit, and all assets and resources under the democratic control of the community.Read more ›