Meanwhile the union of so many distinct political organisms had reduced the party system to chaos, and the first two years were taken up by a process of regrouping, the dominant issue being Centralism versus Federalism.
Above all, the Thatcher reforms reversed economic centralism, by curbing the power of national unions and through privatization.
Like the SWP, Workers Power is disabled by bureaucratic centralism - the flip side of which is, of course, anarchism.
democratic centralism, on the other hand, is the most democratic form of organization ever known.
Existing CPGB comrades have also been given a very bad lesson in democratic centralism which promises further difficulties in the future.
That is why Devolution works, and excessive centralism does not.
Won't that be the most consistent democratic centralism and, moreover, proletarian centralism?
Central to the struggle for this higher unity is the fight for genuine democratic centralism.
It is a Conservative approach: a powerful alternative to the failure of Labor's top-down centralism.
Yet behind these policies lies the same belief in state centralism.
democratic centralism in the unified party.
The work of the League of Struggle was organized on principles of centralism and strict discipline.
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