Programme of the International
Ted Grant’s Programme of the International, first written in 1970, still acts as a handbook for Marxists today. Much has changed since this document was first produced, and we have continually refined and updated our perspectives and analysis in subsequent books and articles. However, the historical value of this document, especially those parts concerning the history of the internationals, the rise of proletarian Bonapartism, and the post-WWII period retain their full force and value.
“An International is a programme, policy and a method, and its organisation is the means for carrying that through.”