Australian Left Review


Pat Vort-Ronald


The present policies of the Italian Communist Party (PCI) can only be understood as the results of a development since the end of the Second World War, against the background of the political economy of Italy since that period. What follows will be a necessarily brief historical outline which will lead into a discussion of the present policies and the problems raised by them in terms of political practice and theory.



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