Index

  • Chapter  1: 1913-1944 (Workers' International Leaguw - WIL)
  • Chapter  2: 1944-1950 (Revolutionary Communist Partry - RCP)
  • Chapter  3: 1950-1955 (The Club, Socialst Outlook, International Committee)
  • Chapter  4: 1955-1958 (Pabloism)
  • Chapter  5: 1958-1960 (Socialist Labour Leasgue - SLL)
  • Chapter  6: 1960-1964 (Keep Left)
  • Chapter  7: 1965-1968 (Young Socialists)
  • Chapter  8: 1968-1971(Organisation Communiste Internationaliste - OCI)
  • Chapter  9: 1971-1975 (Workers' Revolutionary Party - WRP)
  • Chapter 10: 1975-1985 (Gaddaffi)
  • Chapter 11: 1985 (Falling apart)
  • Chapter 12: 1985-1989 (Explusion)


 

Gerry Healy

Thomas Gerard "Gerry" Healy (3 December 1913 – 14 December 1989), was a political activist, a co-founder of the International Committee of the Fourth International, and, according to former prominent U.S. supporter David North, the leader of the Trotskyist movement in Great Britain between 1950-85. His version of Trotskyism became known as "Healyism".

Rise and Fall of Gerry Healy

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