First Published: November 1975.
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I. Marxism-Leninism: the science of the proletarian revolution
II. A world in great turmoil
III. Canada: an imperialist country of the second world
IV. The major contradictions in Canadian society
V. A party to unite and lead the proletariat
VI. Our central task: create the party
VII. Our tasks in the workers’ movement
VIII. The struggle of women: an integral part of the revolutionary movement