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Submitted by Matthew on Wed, 15/08/2012 - 17:41

I accept that "organising public meetings, distributing posters and flyers for them, running stalls, selling its magazine" can help small socialist groups grow a bit bigger but the real question is how to turn that small group into a much larger one that can play a decisive force in the class struggle.

I would argue - as Hal Draper does here - that you can't and that in terms of spreading Marxist ideas in the working class a publication with which workers can have a more flexible relationship (i.e. not an organisational one) is much more likely to be effective.

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