By Antonio Gramsci
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The International's support was growing at immense speed. The Red Army was advancing towards Warsaw. It was the immediacy of the task of making the revolution which made it so essential to expel the reformists and to forge communist parties adequate to that task. Right-wing opportunism was the enemy left-wing communism merely an infantile disorder to be outgrown. I. or to expel the reformists. I. as soon as possible, but to exclude from it al "centrists". The real gulf between him and the International was not on the comparatively unim portant issue (given the revolutionary perspectives of the period) of abstentionism, but on the far more essential question of whether it was necessary to win the majority of the working class.
It was xlvi GRAMSCI : PRISON NOTEBOOKS an attitude which was at the root of the Italian party's long resis tance to Comintern directives. In the manifesto of the communist fraction which was published on 15 October 1920 in Milan, over the signatures of Bordiga, Gramsci, Terracini and others, Bordiga's supremacy was obvious. The entire Ordine Nuovo thematic was absent, as was any reference to the relation between party and masses, to soviet democracy, to organisation in the factories, etc.
Leadership-although as early as the autumn of 1 9 2 1 over tures had been made to Gramso: to join the party executive in order to act as a counter-balancing influence vis-a-vis Bordiga. I. could be solved by such manipulative means. Indeed, it cannot be stressed too strongly that it is quite impossible to understand the transition from the Bordiga leadership of 1 92 1-3 to the Gramsci leadership of 1 924-6 simply by reference to Comintern influence. It is necessary also to consider the actual history of the party's political experience in Italy, and the context within which it had to operate.