‘Non-intervention’: a plot that helped the fascists

Peter Rau looks at Europe’s lurch to the right in the ’30s and how it starved Spain’s embattled government of aid
WHEN, in July/August 1935, the seventh world congress of the Communist International postulated its theses on the unity of action of the working-class movement and on the national front policy, it did not yet look for a united front of all anti-fascist forces in the world.
Let’s take a look back at those summer months. Around 500 delegates with a deciding and advisory voice represented 65 parties in Moscow with about four million members, but only 26 of these parties were able... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 42
Source: Morning Star
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