Socialist Democracy

Socialist Democracy

Socialist Democracy can refer to any of several political parties. Groups using this name tend to have a connection to the reunified Fourth International, reflecting its distinctive position on socialist democracy [http://www.marxists.org/archive/mandel/1985/dictprole/1985.htm] :

*Socialist Democracy (Australia)
*Socialist Democracy (Brazil)
*Socialist Democracy (Ireland)
*Socialist Democracy Group (England)

The term was also sometimes used by "communist states" to describe their system of government.

It may also be used to refer to Democratic Socialism

ee also

*Socialist Democracy Party


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