Definitions for "Revolutionary Communist Party"
The Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) started as a Trotskyist political organisation in 1978 and slowly metamorphosed into a libertarian group. It was disbanded in 1997 but its ex-members are still active in a network of think tanks and media pressure groups.
The Revolutionary Communist Party was a British Trotskyist political party, formed in 1944 and active until 1949, and publishing the Socialist Appeal fortnightly newspaper, a theoretical journal Workers International News and an entrist paper for its Labour Party fraction The Militant.
Revolutionary Communist Party (Parti Communiste Revolutionnaire), was a Maoist-oriented communist party in Belgium. PCR published L'Exploité (The Exploited).