Challenge to the Socialist Party of Great Britain

George Walford: A Challenge to the Socialist Party of Great Britain

Foreword For nearly six months I have been trying to get the Socialist Party of Great Britain to meet me in debate; the history of these attempts is set out in the Appendix. The Party claims to be able to meet all criticisms of its case, and it has declared its willingness to debate with… read more »

George Walford: An Unaccepted Invitation

In IC12, which was issued in August 1984, there was an invitation to the “Socialist” Party to counter our attacks on them: One sort of contribution will (until further notice) certainly be printed: anything of up to 1,000 words defending the Socialist Party of Great Britain or expounding its case. We do, of course, reserve… read more »

George Walford: Letter from E. Hardy

In May 1984 there was issued A Challenge to the Socialist Party of Great Britain. (If you haven’t had a copy, let IC know). It is presented as the opening statement in a proposed written debate on the issue: WILL THE WORKING CLASS SUPPORT THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF GREAT BRITAIN? Copies were sent to all… read more »

George Walford: Letter from E. Hardy

IC 13 printed a letter from Mr. E. Hardy of the “Socialist” Party of Great Britain. We replied that the opening statement in a debate between ourselves and that party had already been made and should be answered before any other subject was taken up. We have now received their “Reply” (when our answer has… read more »

George Walford: Understanding "Socialist Understanding"

One branch of the party has found IC so instructive (or perhaps so offensive, or so entertaining – they don’t say which) that they have asked for a supply, to be distributed to each member. The copies requested have been sent, and we shall be glad to supply other branches if they will say how… read more »