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The revolutionary victories have inflamed militant hopes, theoretical renewal and political unifications. And the defeats have fed the eclectic nomadisms of the parties, the theoretical dispersion of Marxism, and, eventually, social diasporas in the intellectuality. The political identities of the Marxist-inspired and working-class based left did not end in the border line between the two big camps, reform and revolution.
Two other political traditions have remained along the last hundred years, centrism and ultra-leftism, although they have not always preserved an international organic continuity. The subject of this article will be the presentation of the polemics with ultimatist currents, which are criticized in the Marxist tradition by their imaginary identity with the interests of the revolution in the future. Ultra-leftism is not the same as sectarianism A superficial perception of the theme can lead to an undifferentiated association of ultra-leftism, sectarianism and sects.
This first perception, even if superficial, is not totally incorrect, but rather unsatisfactory. It is reasonable to claim that ultimatist organizations were, predominantly, doctrinarian in theory, that is, they had a very closed or conservative ideological framework, and sectarian defensive reflections. However, although closely associated, neither the ultra-leftist groups were always more sectarian than the other currents in the socialist movement, nor sectarians were always ultra-leftists.
Ultra-leftism should not be identified, therefore, by professional historians, as equal to sectarianism, even when accused as such by their political foes. In the Marxist tradition, sectarianism was neither, necessarily, an accusation of extremism, nor a synonym of intransigence, although the sectarians have been intolerants.
This is still a superficial critique.
As to sectarianism, it was more a method of interpretation of reality or a political conduct that has elected as its priority the defense of a fixed body of ideas or the interests of a group. On the one side, political sectarianism was understood as propagandism, that is, the permanent agitation of the same program, independently from the concrete situation, and on the other hand, the preservation of the apparatus, a set of self-affirmation procedures.
Sectarian tendencies have much difficulty to accomplish the united front, even when possible agreements for joint campaigns were possible, as they identified the possible allies, especially the closest ones, as enemies. The whole subject is even more complex, because not all ultra-leftist tendencies have degenerated into sects.
Sects are hyper centralized and incorrigible organizations, that is, unable to react to the social and political pressures from the milieus in which they decided to act.
They supported, still under the monarchic regime, the legitimacy of vengeful armed actions, such as the bomb attacks against public buildings, and punitive attacks against hated authorities. They inherited the fascination by terrorist tactics of the Irish Fenians, the Russian esserists — the militants of the revolutionary socialist Party — and part of anarchism.
Nonetheless, it would be superficial or even unjust to consider them as a sect. They even have not had enough time to become politically so homogeneous as to become a centralized organization. Despite the great leadership of Durruti, they were sensitive to the external political pressures, and kept fraternal relationships with the Trotskyites.
Their political initiative had an impact on reality. They were neither politically nor socially marginal. They were capable of organizing the most combative sectors of the proletariat in Barcelona in the struggle against capitalism and fascism. They won the admiration of the left worldwide for their heroism in the trenches of the Civil War in Aragon, and were among the martyrs of the defense of Madrid.
The German CP was far from being a sect, but during some years had a sectarian posture. Ultra-leftism or sectarianism, as well as opportunism, are evaluations that are assigned to political orientations and practices.
There are more than few tendencies in the history of the world left embraced, once in a while, ultra- leftist or sectarian tactics. The judgment of an organization as a sect, however, should take into account other factors, besides the political line: its social presence, its internal regime, and moreover, its capability of reflecting about its own history and suffering the pressures from social sectors where it intended to penetrate.
Sects have great capability of resistance to the internal pressures?? Ultra-leftism has sought consistency in a program. It is characterized by a substitutionist perspective: it proposes for the laborers and the youth - or to another exploited and oppressed subject - projects, demands or actions that, they, mostly, do not identify as their own, being ahead of the experience of the bulk of the working class.
They are willing, sometimes, based on the most radicalized sectors, to accomplish exemplary actions that frighten their enemies and incentive their allies. They may or not adhere to armed actions, but their proposals are beyond what the major battalions of the working class would be willing to accomplish or even accept, that is, those are ultimatist policies. The workerism of the ultra-left tendencies — Marxist or Anarchist — tended to be inversely proportional to their real implantation in the working class milieus, which has been historically a minority, if not rachitic, in most countries and revolutionary processes.
Its origin was an overvalued appreciation of the political and social relations of forces. But its voluntaristic eagerness has demanded a strong identity and internal cohesion.
Sectarianism as well should not be identified as a synonym of a sect. Sectarianism is a product of doctrinarian conceptions.
Sectarians have been essentially propagandistic and fought for the apparatuses proper. Their professorial attitude has been an obstacle for the unity of action with other tendencies. Marx and Engels have criticized the French egalitarianist tendencies of the 19th century as sectarian currents, as they extracted their theoretical conceptions or political conclusions about the program from principles and not from the critique of reality.
They were criticized for remaining satisfied with speaking to themselves. The ideologization of the political intervention and self-affirmation, if not self-proclamation, was the common destiny of the sectarian tendencies.
Not always, however, ultra-leftists organize sects. They frequently were trade union leaders, radical intellectual or popular leaderships who acted, moreover, individually, within the movementist limits of circumstantial articulations and improvised, thus ephemeral, perspectives. Anarchist tendencies reappeared after , in varied countries, with these characteristics, and did not establish organic links with the workers movement.
The formation of a working-class organization has frequently demanded decades of persistence. On the other hand, not all sectarians build sects. Socialist sects were reduced to marginal sects. But marginality is not only a matter of size, although most sects have been Lilliputian, that is, tiny ones. Political-trade unionist marginality reflects the relationship that sects prefer to maintain with the workers and trade union movement and with other social movements.
What defines a sect is not its size, but its chronic marginality, its impermeability to the social and political pressure, and a bureaucratically deformed internal regime, that is, being politically sterile. The anarchist and socialist sects were predominantly stable and durable organizations, like Bordiguism in Italy, Spartakism in the US, and Healism in England.
This is no simple subject: the great revolutionary organizations of the 20 th century, like the Russian Bolshevism or the German CP in the s, had in some occasions sectarian symptoms, a defensive reaction of self-protection against dangerous social or political pressures.
Most sects have not surpassed dozens of members, although the world left has known sects with thousands of members. Besides, sectarianism has equally infected the ultra-left and reformist currents.
Moderate currents were frequently very much prone to fronts with those who were politically at their right, but were furiously sectarian with those who fought at their left. The rivalry in the left has expressed the plurality of experiences and projects, supported by distinct social bases.
Sectarians are not, therefore, those who say what they think, even when they criticize the others. A clear political delimitation and a strong ideological demarcation is not a confirmation that an organization is a sect.
The contrary of sectarianism is not tact or diplomacy, but the willingness to intervene in reality and learn from this intervention.
Sectarians would be those who sacrifice the possibility of a common step forward in the struggles, due to other disagreements, confessing their impotence. To the sectarian discussion is a goal in itself. He is like a man who satisfies his thirst with salt water: the more he drinks, the thirstier he becomes. Hence the constant irritability of the sectarian. Sectarians despised the importance, in each situation, of a policy that could effectively put in movement the broad masses, rendering secondary the terrain of the united front.
When the severance of socialist collectives from the workers is politically durable, the social seclusion can have very serious consequences. The popular wisdom teaches that fishes die out of the water.
A feeble implantation in the proletariat was, after years, inexorably fatal in the history of the Marxist left. A small audience of ultra-leftist positions —when there is scarce willingness to struggle, or the experience of the workers with capitalism is insufficient — greatly enlarges the frailties of small organizations, and stimulates dangerous degenerations : a super-concentration of power in a few, or even in a single leader, who needs to diminish, humiliate or politically destroy the others are rivals; the demonization of the debate of opinions hampers coexisting with differences and strengthens an artificial homogeneity, which is not built around ideas anymore and starts to be accomplished around the leaders.
Although frail, they were not been harmless. The three classical ultra-leftist formulas Other factors exerted a decisive role to explain the rivalries between the currents. Victories of the revolution have stimulated reapproximations, and triumphs of the counter-revolution have provoked divisions. Social marginality reaches socialist circles when they are inexperienced founding groups, and more severely when they live a long reactionary situation and an overwhelming retrocession of the class struggle.
He who is unable to step in time over the confines of this circumscribed existence becomes transformed into a conservative sectarian. The closed milieus of seclusion, understandable for security reasons, create the pressure to a hyper internal cohesion as a defensive reflection, which can be only maintained by means of much internal struggle and intense ideologization.
The inexistence of liberties limits or prevents a public militancy, therefore an interaction with, and apprenticeship in, the real movement of workers that educates in the tolerance of opinions, and in the correction of aprioristic conceptions. The danger of repression hampers the functioning of the regular collective organisms, favoring individual decisions or those made among few, deforming the participatory internal regime. The Marxist currents had, in these conditions, invariably few choices, except resisting and waiting for better days.
Shared ideas strengthen an identity or the sense of belonging. The Marxist party that inspired the model of the CPs founded after the Russian revolution, the Bolshevik fraction, has affirmed itself not only struggling against the opportunist adaptations, but has also survived by resisting to the ultra-leftist pressures.
When, in August , the tsar proclaimed the convocation of a consultative "parliament",  the Bolsheviks called for its boycott, in the teeth of all the opposition parties and the Mensheviks, and the "parliament" was in fact swept away by the revolution of October The boycott proved correct at the time, not because nonparticipation in reactionary parliaments is correct in general, but because we accurately appraised the objective situation, which was leading to the rapid development of the mass strikes first into a political strike, then into a revolutionary strike, and finally into an uprising It would, however, be highly erroneous to apply this experience blindly, imitatively and uncritically to other conditions and other situations.
Today, when we look back at this fully completed historical period There were, grosso modo, three classical forms of ultra-left tactics: a It manifested as a call for actions that the masses were not willing to accomplish, such as boycotting the elections, occupation of factories and public buildings; continuation of strikes to the very end; or the more common and indefectible call to a general strike; the substitutionism assumed also the militarist form, the terrorist intimidation of the ruling classes by the exemplary action of the righteous commandos.
Can ultra-leftists find a social base? Marxist historians have insisted that, in revolutionary situations, the political experience of the masses being dramatically unequal, a minority sector of the vanguard tends to become detached from the broad masses, and precipitates itself in premature combats.
A Revolutionary Committee is designated It should be the beginning of the insurrection. Such a vanguard may be feel attracted by precipitated actions, not respecting the democracy of the own movement, or despising the limits of the relation of forces, thus opening the flank for repression to hit afterward indiscriminately the whole working class.
In some exceptional circumstances, in the heat of revolutionary crises, ultra-leftists may conquer influence on some sectors, although still remaining as a minority. This was also the case of Germany, for several times, between and The impatience of those who support a project which is in a hurry Most militants of the egalitarian cause have been engaged in political militancy, in all times, still very young, with the passionate predisposition of changing the world, and the hope that these transformations would be fast.
The generous hearts of the youth animate a will that is in a hurry.
The world in which we are destined to live is too much unjust, and there are no reasons to think that it can improve without struggling. Historians of the left organizations have exposed, innumerable times, the generosity and courage of several generations of socialists.
But the lack of personal interest, the dedication, the heroism, when it precipitates into substitutionism, cannot prevent defeats. Not having been unleashed in March-April against the rightwing military coup, the armed struggle started to be tried by the left in and definitively unleashed since , when the adversary dominated the State apparatus, had full support in the Armed Forces ranks and had destroyed the main organized mass movements.
Under unfavorable conditions, each time more removed from the working class, the peasants, and the urban middle classes The defeat was inevitable. The Marxist-inspired Brazilian left has just not taken to the arms when the historical conditions determined it should do it. In the beginning of , the biggest mass movement in the national history was impetuously advancing.Moderate currents were frequently very much prone to fronts with those who were politically at their right, but were furiously sectarian with those who fought at their left.
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They are willing, sometimes, based on the most radicalized sectors, to accomplish exemplary actions that frighten their enemies and incentive their allies.
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Trotsky defined sectarianism in the s, in the following terms: The ultra-left groups start to believe in the strength of such an intense desire that does not distinguish the borders between reality and will, and is transfigured into magic thought. However, this formula, in general correct, is, by itself, insufficient. Marx and Engels have criticized the French egalitarianist tendencies of the 19th century as sectarian currents, as they extracted their theoretical conceptions or political conclusions about the program from principles and not from the critique of reality.