Workers Vanguard No. 1062

20 February 2015



The article “The Police and the 1918-19 German Revolution” (WV No. 1060, 23 January) identified the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) and the Workers International League (WIL) as successors of the British Militant tendency. In fact, following the 1992 split in the Militant tendency, the minority formed the International Marxist Tendency, of which the WIL is the U.S. section. The majority retained CWI as the name of its international.