Proletarian Military Policy
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The Proletarian Military Policy was a policy adopted by the Fourth International in response to World War II. It was an attempt to apply transitional demands such as trade union control of military training and the election of officers to transform what it characterised as an imperialist war into a revolutionary struggle against Nazism. The policy provoked controversy within the Trotskyist movement with some seeing it as a concession to social patriotism.