Practical experience has taught the working class how to struggle against capitalism; how we should have a strategy and link our tactics to it, while being flexible in approach. It shows how, if we are weak, we should fight lesser battles until we are strong enough to fight the bigger war. How to stay united, not over-reaching ourselves. How to defend our leaders when they are in danger of being picked off, but also how to avoid opportunists. How to be bold, to surprise the other side, but also knowing when to retreat.
These general principles always hold true, but the working class has to change and adapt its strategy and tactics in response to the latest actions of the enemy. Old forms of struggle may become redundant, or less effective. New tactics must be developed in response to new circumstances. In Britain Blair and Brown took up the cudgels created for them. They started more wars, destroyed more manufacturing, privatised more public services and made more billionaires than their so-called right wing predecessors. Read more on the web site.