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WP and WWII

Alan,
you state the WP wanted to be where the workers were, in the Army during WWII.

Yet, my research into the WP shows me the WP did everything possible to avoid it's members going off to war. This resulted in a "mass" proletarianization in 1941/42, the opposite of the direction they took toward the SWP's "proletarianization" 1940 lurch.

Just a thought.

David Walters

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