The socialist council in Liverpool created thousands of jobs, built thousands of badly needed houses, schools, leisure facilites etc and did it all while running the council more efficiently than any other council in Britain.
And yes the 90 days notice as a simple legal requirement and it was a mistaken tactic. But it wasn't the reason the councillors were disbarred - that was because they were surcharged for not setting a rate (something which the socialist councillors argued should be done and LP councillors in other parts of England went against).
But that wasn't even the general point I was making - working class people have demonstrated time and time again - even in the present day - that they can take a chronic situation created by the capitalist class and change it around to provide for the needs of people.
yeah but the lesson was without a level of critical mass across a wide area the SP could not sustain its changes. To be fair the SP did good for the people there but it didnt last because the SP does not have the ability to build tactically and dare I say it gradually.
I am not convinced that the SP could today handle it any better and I suspect anyone a member who were to even question your current strategy as a party would find their questions cooly recevied though thats only my gut feeling based on what I know of a few members.
I dont understand your second paragraph. and from what I do I can t see how it relates in anyway to the SP. Any such tendency for working class to do that may well be totally independent of the SP.