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The Communist League Statutes and rules of the Young Communist League of Great Britain book Great Britain was an anti-revisionist group in the United Kingdom. It origins were in the Communist Party of Great Britain, where a faction formed around Bill lly Maoist, it joined the majority of the Committee to Defeat Revisionism, for Communist Unity in to form the Action Centre for Marxist-Leninist Unity, publishing Ideology: Communism, Anti-Revisionist, Marxism.
Young Communist League - Britain, London, United Kingdom. 5, likes talking about this. The Young Communist League (YCL) is Britain’s biggest organisation of Followers: K. History. The Communist Party of Britain was established, or, as its members saw it, re-established, in April by a disaffected section of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB); a majority of CPGB members instead largely embraced disaffected section included the editorship of the Morning Star newspaper, including Tony Chater, the Founded: (as the CPGB), (as the CPB).
THE YCL WAS FOUNDED IN AS THE YOUTH WING OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF GREAT BRITAIN. WE HAVE FOUGHT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AND WORKERS EVER SINCE.
The Young Communist League (YCL) is the political membership organisation for young people in Britain who are Communists, agreeing with the following principles: We want to transform.
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Article 1 of the Rules of the Communist League: "The aim of the league is the overthrow of the bourgeoisie, the rule of the proletariat, the abolition of the old bourgeois society which rests on the antagonism of classes, and the foundation of a new society.
LATEST FROM THE LEAGUE. Trotskyism or Leninism. Book Review. The aim of the Communist League is to establish a Marxist-Leninist Party of the working class in Britain, free of all revisionist trends.
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Central Executive Committee, May 8th, The YCL-LJC marks today as a day of great importance to celebrate the surrender of Nazi Germany, signaling the defeat of fascist forces in Europe. Soviet soldiers liberated the Nazi death camps and advanced to Berlin, sparking the official end of the war days later on May 8, 15 Extreme Rules In Communist Countries.
When socialism and communism were first given public notice, it was because Karl Marx was progressively dissing centuries of royal regimes as doing nothing but repressing the people from : Sandra Faleris. Young Communist League USA is the youth wing of the Communist Party USA.
History. Inas World War II was raging in Europe, the Young Communist League was dissolved because of the influence of Earl Browder, then Chairman of the Communist Party on Browder\'s theories, many believed the wartime unity of the Soviet Union and the United States would.
‘Dave Cope’s Bibliography of the CPGB is a major achievement, the most complete and wide-ranging listing of Communist Party material ever compiled. The product of many years’ work, it will be essential for researchers, librarians, and archivists; and with its substantial introduction and the notes preceding each section, it is a work of scholarship in its own right.
Buy This Book in Print. summary. The bibliography is an invaluable resource for historians of the British left and the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB). It provides an exhaustive list of materials published by, and in relation to, the CPGB.
The extensive introduction offers an entry point to the reference text that follows: Cope explores. We Take Our Stand; Declaration of Principles and By-Laws of the Young Communist League of the U.S.a.
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Party of the Communist World Statutes (Law in Eastern Europe)Format: Hardcover. YCL - Young Communist League. Looking for abbreviations of YCL. It is Young Communist League. Young Communist League listed as YCL. Young Coders; Young Communist League; Young Communist League of Canada; Young Company; Young Company Theatre Camp; Young Concert Artists Trust.
Details of CP; Reference: CP Title: Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) Description: The collection includes the minutes of the Communist Party Executive Committee - 91, the Political Bureauthe Political Committee - 91, the Political Sub-Committee - 91 and the Economic Committee - 87 There are also extensive files on the International.
Addeddate Identifier YoungCommunistLeague Identifier-ark ark://t3czm Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. It was agreed to form the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB). It later emerged that Lenin had provided at least £55, (over £1 million in today’s money) to help fund the CPGB.
Prior to the British General Strike, large numbers of the CPGB’s leaders were put in prison under the charge of “seditious conspiracy”. Every League authority is obliged to take the measures in accordance with the Rules necessary for the security and efficient work of the League under its responsibility and to notify the superior authority at once of these measures.
SECTION VII THE CONGRESS. Art. The Congress is the legislative authority of the whole League. The Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) was formed in the summer of as a coming together of Britain's hitherto fissiparous Marxist groupings. Urged on by Lenin himself, the party not only functioned as a section of the Communist International, or Comintern, but drew the bulk of its funding from the same source.
New book chapter on anti-colonialism and communism in Britain, Australia and South Africa In SeptemberI travelled to Hamilton, Canada to take part in a workshop held at McMaster University on the Communist International and anti-colonialism, ‘race’ and national liberation, organised by Oleksa Drachewych and Ian McKay.
Volume four of the History of the Communist Party of Great Britain covers the decade from to It begins with the renewal of popular front politics which followed Russia's entry into the Second World War and documents the activities of this popular front from to Cited by: 1. In Great Britain, on the other hand, the establishment of a Communist Party was achieved by the uniting of already existing small left-wing groups.
The main component in the new organization was the British Socialist Party (BSP), a group which traced its organizational roots back to the Democratic Federation of and the Social Democratic.
But in (with the advent of Stalin), it changed its name to the Young Communist League. During World War II, in a gesture to make the entire Communist organization less offensive to the U.S., the name became American Youth for Democracy. Later, it was changed to Labor Youth League, then Young Workers’ Liberation League, and so on.
By this time, and distrustful of the National Council of Labour Colleges, the CP had set up its own 90 Marxist study centres around Britain. Unlike other Communist parties in Europe, the CP in Britain was slow to react to the call of the Young Communist International to establish a dedicated youth section.
Posts about Young Communist League written by hatfulofhistory. This is just an announcement that the special issue of Twentieth Century Communism that I co-edited with Daniel Edmonds and Oleksa Drachewych has been published.
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