Communist League (UK, 1990)
|Split from||Marxist Party|
|Succeeded by||A World to Win|
|Newspaper||Socialist Future Review|
|Politics of United Kingdom
The Communist League was a small Trotskyist organisation in Britain. Better known as Movement for a Socialist Future, it split from the Marxist Party in 1990, claiming to hold more closely to the ideas of Gerry Healy. In 1994, it published a strongly positive biography of Healy, with a foreword by Ken Livingstone. The same year, it founded a small international organisation, which it declared the Fifth International of Communists. It produced the magazine Socialist Future Review.
The group decided to orient itself towards the anti-capitalist movement and published a book entitled A World to Win. In June 2005, it dissolved itself into A World to Win, a looser organisation based around that book.
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