If you are having trouble with the NLR website, please provide details here, and we will try to improve the site accordingly.
Structural Reform in Italy—Theory and Practice
Since the war, the Italian Left has become well known abroad for four reasons: first, because it was the only movement where Communists and Socialists maintained a united front uninterruptedly through the depths of the cold war; second, because the pci built itself into the largest Marxist party in any capitalist country (roughly five times the members of the pcf); third, because Togliatti was in the vanguard of the move towards ‘polycentrism’ after the Twentieth Congress; fourth, because in the late fifties and early sixties Italy was often considered to be the centre of the most advanced political practice on the Left in the industrialized societies of today.
Subscribe for just £35 and get free access to the archive
Please login on the left to read more or buy the article for £3