Sabena Norton

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Sabena Norton was a pseudonym used by a leading member of the Revolutionary Communist Party in 1981 and 1986 in articles in the party theoretical journals Revolutionary Communist Papers, and Confrontation.[1][2] The same spelling appears in a letter to party 'Review', The next step in 1984 and lists her as living in Glasgow at the time.[3]

A differing spelling of the first name (Sabina Norton) appears in a 1977 publication of the Revolutionary Communist Tendency.[4]

Norton appears to be a pseudonym for Sabine Jansen, who later became Sabine Reul


  1. Sabena Norton 'The state within the state: An appreciation of G E Zinoviev's Der Krieg und die Krise des Sozialismus', in Prolonging the death agony: The rise, fall and reconstitution of social democracy, Revolutionary Communist Papers No.8., Revolutionary Communist Party, Sept 1981. p. 28-29
  2. Sabena Norton, 'Editorial: Living Marxism', Confrontation Number 1 Summer 1986. London: Junius Publications Ltd, June 1986, p. 1-3.
  3. Sabena Norton 'German nationalism', The next step, No.53, November 1984, p. 22
  4. Sabina Norton and Keith Tompson The struggle for a revolutionary propaganda group, RCT Pamphlets No. 1, October 1977, London: Revolutionary Communist Tendency BM RCT, WC1V 6XX [1],11p 30cm.