Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

Towards the unity of the Canadian Marxist-Leninists

Fight the Sectarianism of the CCL (ML)

First Published: July 1976
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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Table of contents


Chapter 1: Sectarianism is retarding the unity of Canadian Marxist-Leninists

Chapter 2: The League’s “self-proclamation”

Chapter 3: A very strange conception of the struggle for unity

Chapter 4: A dogmatic conception of the Marxist-Leninist movement and its history

Chapter 5: A little history goes a long way in demystifying the League’s gossip

Chapter 6: The League charges again

Conclusion: A danger inherent in the sectarianism of the League: the “self-proclamation” of the Party, without the unity of all Marxist-Leninists