George Walford: Doing the Splits (54)
Contrasting the anarchistic or libertarian socialists at the tip of the range with the Leninists and social democrats, Frank Girard (an anarchistic socialist) comments:
But if they are splintered, our ‘force’ is atomized consisting of small groups and grouplets each with its own publication and small circle of members and sympathizers. Except for the Socialist Labor Party (SLP) and the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) – historically mortal enemies although they share an identical view of socialism, the groups are local, isolated” and like the IWW and SLP, often mutually hostile or at least suspicious. 
There is nothing in socialist, anarchist, Marxist or communist theory to explain why two groups holding “identical” views of socialism should be mortal enemies, or why the whole movement, from social democrats through Leninists to anarchists, should be divided into sections which are splintered and, towards the extreme, atomized, isolated, often mutually hostile or at least suspicious. Beyond Politics shows how this condition arises in the course of ideological development.  Discussion Bulletin No. 49.
from Ideological Commentary 54, Winter 1991.
- PSI Circular Number Two (February 1979)
- PSI Circular Number One (January 1979)
- Joshua Feldman: Reconceptualising (systematic) Ideology in the Wake of Political Psychology
- George Walford and Ike Benjamin: The Sad Case of the SPGB
- Linda Sloane: Systematic Ideology and Identity / The Triangle of Society, Ideology and the Individual
- Their “Operation Utopia”
- George Orwell Letters to George Walford
- George Walford: The New Magic
- George Walford: Exploring Ideology
- George Walford: Sciences