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Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)

Political Report of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)

Released by the National Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) and adopted at the Second Congress of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) held in Montreal from March 17-24, 1973

First Published: 1973
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Malcolm and Paul Saba
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Part One

Chapter 1: Present situation

Chapter 2: Historical basis of present-day contradiction

Chapter 3: Historical role and destiny of various classes

Part Two

Chapter 1: Struggle to build the Marxist-Leninist Party

Chapter 2: The Party: Key instrument in defeating the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie

Chapter 3: The nature and types of contradictions in the revolutionary mass movement

Chapter 4: The thirteen revolutionary mass movements

Chapter 5: The question of handling contradictions inside the Party...the question of democratic centralism

Chapter 6: On the mass democratic method – why mass democratic method

Chapter 7: The relationship of method to correct ideological and political line; the relationship of unity to disunity; the relationship of form to content; the relationship of theory to practice and revolution to counter-revolution

Part Three

The international situation, two basic forces in struggle

Chapter 1: Colonialism engendered the revolutionary national liberation struggles

Chapter 2: U.S. imperialism and Soviet social-imperialism – the leaders of the world counter-revolutionary alliance

Chapter 3: The anti-imperialist united front is growing daily against superpower politics of war, aggression, hegemony and interference

Chapter 4: Resolutions on the international situation

Chapter 5: On the international communist movement

Part Four

Chapter 1: On the question of continuous struggle against and resolute opposition to the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie on all fronts

Chapter 2: Use the mass democratic method to: unite the people to struggle against the enemy and struggle against the enemy to unite the people

Chapter 3: Study historical experience

Chapter 4: Two tactics in the era of “legal” Marxism-Leninism

Chapter 5: Participation in the elections and the lessons learned

Chapter 6: Resist the attacks of the capitalist state

Chapter 7: The unity of the working class is absolutely necessary and essential to overthrow the capitalist system and build socialism

Chapter 8: On the national liberation struggle of Quebec

Chapter 9: Working women must work to emancipate the entire working class and in the process of so doing, liberate themselves

Chapter 10: Only by uniting with each other and with the entire Canadian working class can the national minority people fight political repression and racial discrimination

Chapter 11: Canadian youth and students: It is right to rebel against reactionaries

Chapter 12: Learn from historical experience, perisist in struggle against counter-revolution and march forward on the path opened up by our work of the past ten years!