In 1963, following a ten-year schism, the majorities of the two public factions of the Fourth International, the International Secretariat and the International Committee reunited, electing a United Secretariat of the Fourth International. However, tensions with Pablo and his supporters continued…..
By 1965 Pablo was out of the FI and his followers organised themselves as the International Revolutionary Marxist Tendency, the central political theme of which was the concept of “workers self-management”
English-language publications included “Dossier”, the “International Marxist Review” and the “Bulletin for Socialist Self Management”*
The last fling of British Pabloism appears to have been the well-produced magazine “Socialist Alternatives” from 1986.
The IRMT remained small throughout its existence and its sections rejoined the FI in 1994 / 5.
Copies of the publications mentioned above can be found here:
Dossier- two publications on the French events of 1968
International Marxist Review
Bulletin for Socialist Self Management
* An eariler draft of this article incorrectly identified Chris Arthur and Ken and Marion Tarbuck’s Bulletin of Marxist Studies as a Pabloite publication. I am happy to correct this error and I have removed the links to those publications. These will, however, still be available at RedMoleRising.wordpress.com
Thanks are due to Barry Buitekant and John Rudge for supplying the documents featured here.