The article focuses on the influence of Antonio Gramsci’s thought on the Tunisian Communist Party (Pct). Founded in the early 1920s in a French-influenced environment, the Pct experienced a turning point in 1957, shortly after Tunisian independence. Midway between patriotism and internationalism, the Pct strove for a “specific” (national) way towards Socialism. Its emphasis on a democratic and social revolution related to local particularities, the option for a “war of position” strategy and the relevance given to ideology in order to reach the people disclose the impact of Gramscian categories, despite scant references to the Italian intellectual.

La politica del Partito comunista tunisino (1956-1993) alla luce delle categorie gramsciane: filiazioni e discrepanze

Daniela Melfa
2018

Abstract

The article focuses on the influence of Antonio Gramsci’s thought on the Tunisian Communist Party (Pct). Founded in the early 1920s in a French-influenced environment, the Pct experienced a turning point in 1957, shortly after Tunisian independence. Midway between patriotism and internationalism, the Pct strove for a “specific” (national) way towards Socialism. Its emphasis on a democratic and social revolution related to local particularities, the option for a “war of position” strategy and the relevance given to ideology in order to reach the people disclose the impact of Gramscian categories, despite scant references to the Italian intellectual.
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