The International Working Community of Socialist Parties
(The Second and a Half International) 1921-1923
Drawing on published resolutions, speeches, articles and literature the author discusses the foundation and activities of the International Working Community of Socialist Parties between 1921 and 1923, paying special attention to the view of the Comintern on the foundation of this community.
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