For almost all of his active political
life, Ceri wrote and lived as a member of the Fourth International. As he
commented in 'The Crisis of the Welsh Language and Our Work in the Language Movement'
speaking of the 'Trotskyist' left in Wales, 'the only positive positions that we can refer to are those developed by the IMG in Wales on the Assembly and Fourth Channel. They took the right side on both these issues and their documents, whilst weak in places, can serve as a serious and useful starting point for further work.'
Thus it is important to see Ceri's writings, especially those relating to
Welsh history and politics, as both a continuation of this tradition, and
as a part of a tradition that is today still being continued. For this
reason, you will find here archived some key texts, both predating and
postdating Ceri's principal writings, from Welsh Fourth Internationalists
and sympathisers of the Fourth International in Wales.