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Trained in a great revolutionary tradition, educated by the struggle, nourished by the theoretical rigour of Bordiga, these Italian workers imposed themselves on the revolutionary milieu through the breath of their political culture. With their rigorous judgement they could cut through the general confusion which had developed in the French oppositional milieu in particular. In France, where the political and theoretical traditions of the communist movement were very weak, their voice remained isolated for a long time, up until the war.
Saw it as a matter of principle and advocated the boycotting of parliament. Nevertheless, like the KAPD, it demarcated itself from syndicalist antiparliamentarism “which has nothing to do with the radical tendencies of marxist and communist anti-parliamentarism”. • The national question. On this point, and even more clearly than the Dutch Left which remained indecisive, it was affirmed that it was not possible of support national movements which “can only serve as a pretext for the development of international conflicts (…) and are even provoked artificially in order to unleash a war”.
The report of the Italian police (13/12/1931) notes in the “workerist fraction…a small nucleus of 15 people” whose secretary was Ludovico Rossi, and the most noticeable members of which were Antonio Bonito (known as ‘Dino’) and Alfredo Bonsignori. This report only deals with Lyon (ACS CPC, Roma, no. 441/030600). 2. German Left or Italian Left? 41 publication emphasised the ‘anti-Leninist’ orientation of the “communist workers’ groups”: Gorter was right and Lenin wrong. The Leninist line has led of the worst defeats, the constitution of mass parties has formed a new opportunist and counterrevolutionary rampart in the camp of the proletariat.