The Revolutionary Communist Party began as the Revolutionary Communist Tendency in 1977, changing it’s name in 1981.
After 1991, the party slowly metamorphosed into what might be characterised as a libertarian group rather than a Bolshevik or Trotskyist one as traditionally conceived. The Party was disbanded in 1997, although a number of former members maintain a loose political network which promotes some of its core ideas.Wikipedia
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Revolutionary Communist Tendency
The Revolutionary Communist Tendency (RCT) was formed in 1977 by a group of former members of Revolutionary Communist Group who had been expelled in 1976. In 1981 it changed it’s name to the Revolutionary Communist Party.
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