There are encouraging signs that the boundless energy and enthusiasm of the working class will bring a socialist renaissance. Capitalism is on a slide downhill and the illusion of prosperity which had mesmerised all has dissipated. A large body of popular unrest and discontent and unrest has grown larger and is seen in the revival of the youth-led protest movements of recent years. The prospects for the radical re-vitalisation of the workers' movement are brighter now than before. Every socialist is now thinking and asking: How can it grow more? There are doubtless many sincere radicals outside the Socialist Party and it is the duty of these honest women and men to look round and consider their position. It is imperative that they re-examine their principles. The serious-minded working-class radicals still have only one hope and one rallying point — the Socialist Party.