At the end of 1968 John Sullivan and Tom Hillier left Solidarity to join International Socialism (I.S.) the trotskyist group around Tony Cliff, and produced a pamphlet criticizing Solidarity. It's reproduced here together with Solidarity's reply by Maurice Brinton.
Content by or about Solidarity, an influential libertarian socialist group based in the UK, active in industrial struggles and the anti-nuclear movement from 1960-1992. Initially they were heavily influenced by the ideas of Cornelius Castoriadis/Paul Cardan and his group Socialisme ou Barbarie.
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