After this point, the stance taken towards organization now seemed more important than the political line being taken. Our work, from that point on, began to take the stance of a group centred around the actual issue of organization - rather than the stance we could take due to that. Therefore, the Radical Presses Register were founded to attempt to form one mass cohesive group who would be able to work according to a central coordinating centre. This went OK for some time, before I later had one of my rare psychotic breakdowns.