Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

Charles Boylan

Learn from the Teachers by Negative Example

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First Published: Mass Line, No. 57, Vols. 6 & 7, August 30, 1975. Republished as a pamphlet, September 1975.
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Introduction: Theory Comes Out of Practice and in Turn Serves Practice

Learn from the Teachers by Negative Example

Historical Articles and Documents

1. Letter from Progressive Workers’ Movement to the Canadian Student Movement dated December 17, 1968

2. Statement issued by the Canadian Internationalists (Marxist-Leninist Youth and Student Movement) on February 2, 1969, in Vancouver Concerning the Organisation of the Marxist-Leninist Movement in British Columbia and the Attitude Towards Building a Genuinely Marxist-Leninist Party in Canada

3. The following is the Progressive Workers’ Movement’s Position on our Relationship to the Struggle to Build a Marxist-Leninist Party in Canada

4. PWM Letter to North American Conference of Anti-Imperialist Youth

5. Speech by Comrade Maley

6. Text of a Talk by Brian Sproule

7. Transcript of a Report given by D.J. O’Donnel

8. Uphold Revolutionary Principles, Build the Unity of the People

9. Down With the ’Left’-Sloganeering Front of Khrushchevite Revisionism

10. From Montreal

11. Decisions of the Third Plenum Nos. 22, 13, and 15

12. Lies, Slander and Character Assassination Won’t Change the Course of History

13. A Study of “How Engels Criticised Duhring’s Apriorism”