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By Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jeffrey Paul

Twelve philosophers, historians, and political philosophers check elements of socialism within the context of its contemporary reversals. a few essays research the ethical and political values that made socialism beautiful to intellectuals, or assessment no matter if points of socialism can be preserved, equivalent to its quest for equality and group. Others study even if free-market platforms must be additional transformed in accordance with ongoing socialist reviews or attest to the continued validity of socialism by way of suggesting ways that it may well nonetheless have a effective destiny.

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It also dealt with the existence of a third Socialist group, the Partido Socialista del Interior (PSI), which had applied at the beginning of 1972 for observer membership of the SI, only to encounter the opposition of the PSOE. 39 It reported that both groups had stated that personal differences and antagonisms within the PSOE were a contributory factor in the split. In the opinion of the Secretariat, before the Bureau took any decision regarding the Spanish affiliation, further study should be made of the situation.

According to Miguel Peydró, however, the SI did send Veronica Isenberg, a member of the SPD, as an observer. To find a solution to the split in the PSOE, the Socialist International intervened in the conflict. The question to be answered is why the Socialist International recognised the PSOE(r) and not the PSOE(h). 37 This chapter tries to go further in this analysis of the SI’s decision, and to show in greater detail how the decision came to be made. 0333_949277_04_cha02 28 9/11/01 3:48 pm Page 28 European Socialists and Spain The first step taken by the SI was to gain information about the situation within the PSOE.

26 In August 1970 there was a confrontation between the factions of the PSOE during the XI Congress of the PSOE, held in Toulouse. Since 1958, the Executive Committee of the PSOE had given an equal number of seats to representatives of the Party inside Spain and in exile. Felipe González defended the autonomy of the Party inside Spain, which was supported by most of the Socialist groups inside Spain. It was agreed that a majority of seats on the Executive of the PSOE should be allocated to representatives of the party members living in Spain and that the Executive Committee should consist of 16 members, 9 living inside Spain and the remaining 7 living outside Spain.

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