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By Patrick Bond

Socialism and Democracy, 2014
Vol. 28, No.2, 183-214

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Available at: http://www. ca/political-rupture-in-south-africa-and-the-national-union-of-metal workers-numsa-new-start-for-socialist-politics-in-south-africa/5368480 69. John Maynard Keynes, “National Self-Sufficiency,” The Yale Review, 22 (4), 1933, 755– 769. Patrick Bond 213 To achieve this conception of a foreign-policy bottom up, requires balance among what Peter Waterman has described as the six versions of solidarity: “Identity, Substitution, Complementarity, Reciprocity, Affinity and Restitution.

214 Socialism and Democracy . betrayal: turning against the movement, giving information to its enemies, or accepting the validity of unwarranted enemy arguments. This, then, is simultaneously the most hopeful and sobering set of lessons from internationalism following apartheid. The challenge is for the next South African left to tackle. Undoubtedly the strongest component of South African democratic eco-socialism in the 2015– 19 period, before the next general election, is the metalworker breakaway union as it attempts to forge solidarity with local community, social and environmental activists.

The challenge is for the next South African left to tackle. Undoubtedly the strongest component of South African democratic eco-socialism in the 2015– 19 period, before the next general election, is the metalworker breakaway union as it attempts to forge solidarity with local community, social and environmental activists. To do so, the “United Front” that is being built must be at once sufficiently concrete to carry forward the “Movement Towards Socialism” declared by the metalworkers in late 2013 on the ground (in spite of long-standing class and political differences between workers and the mass of unemployed, not to mention women who suffer South Africa’s extreme versions of patriarchy) and sufficiently internationalist to generate the next round of solidarity with South African radicals.

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