The 1985-1986 split in the ICFI with the Workers Revolutionary Party

In 1985, after a protracted process of political degeneration, the Workers Revolutionary Party, the British section of the ICFI, broke decisively from Trotskyism. Documents written contemporaneously in the course of the struggle within the International Committee demonstrated that the political collapse of the WRP was the outcome of its retreat and betrayal of the principles of genuine Trotskyism that it had previously defended, and its adaptation to Pabloite opportunism.

The struggle waged within the ICFI against the WRP leadership from 1982-1986 ensured the continuity of orthodox Trotskyism and of the ICFI. In this page, readers can find the major documents of this struggle.

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