The Italian experience

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Chris Gilmore, of the CGIL international department, describes how activists emerged from the underground in Italy after the Second World War, to form trade unions and a legal mass communist party, and to draw up a new democratic constitution. He explains why the unions finally came to adopt the principle that no trade union leader could at the same time be a leading official in a political party.

 

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