Some articles on open turn, open, turn:
... of 14–16 July 1991 on the question of this "open turn", and a faction formed around Ted Grant's Minority position ... National Executive Committee.) The Majority resolution, in support of the open work, was agreed by 46 votes to 3, whilst the Minority one was defeated 3 to 43 at the 14–16 July 1991 meeting ... This began the debate about an "Open Turn", first called the "Scottish Turn" ...
... In the 1991 discussion on the "Open Turn", Walsh played a role in the joint preparation of the documents of the Majority faction, in which it was argued that the Labour Party had lost its ... argued, at the 1991 Special Congress convened to discuss the issue, to take an "open turn", leave the Labour Party and start afresh "with an open banner" ... board', Peter Taaffe Clare Doyle and Keith Dickinson supported this 'Open turn' whilst its historical leader, Ted Grant, opposed it ...
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