Communists generally agree that during a revolution, the working-class must create organizations to self-manage and self-govern the revolutionary movement. This may take the form of workers councils or something similar.
During this period, what relationship should these organizations have with *former* members of the capitalist class who are willing to accept the revolution without resistance?
For those of them who are willing to drop hostilities, what level of participation should they be allowed in workers organizations? (i.e. Should they be given full participation rights as any other worker? Should they be able to stand for election as a delegate to a workers council?)
I know people here aren't up for writing recipes for the cooks of the future, so I'm not asking what "should" be done in the prescriptive sense. Just wondering what your personal opinion is.
The same question could also be asked of those who, though they were not capitalists, are former managers / former bosses.