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Communist League

An Outline for the Study of Marxism-Leninism


First Edition: n.d. [early 1970s].
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I. Introduction

II. Stalin on How to Teach

III. Twelve Points of Bolshevization

IV. Table of Contents

V. Leninism Series

1. Foundations of Leninism by Stalin, first half
2. Foundations of Leninism by Stalin, second half
3. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter one
4. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter two
5. What is to be Done? by Lenin
6. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter three
7. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter four
8. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, by Lenin
9. Two Tactics of Social Democracy, by Lenin
10. Dialectical and Historical Materialism, by Stalin
11. Materialism and Emperio-Criticism, by Lenin
12. On Practice, by Mao Tse Tung
13. On Contradiction, by Mao Tse Tung
14. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter five
15. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter six
16. Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, by Lenin
17. War and Peace, by Lenin
18. State and Revolution, by Lenin
19. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter seven
20. The Paris Commune
21. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter eight
22. Left-Wing Communism, An Infantile Disorder, by Lenin
23. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter nine
24. New Economic Policy
25. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter ten
26. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter 11
27. History of the CPSU(B), Chapter 12
28. Theory of the Agrarian Question, Class #1
29. Theory of the Agrarian Question, Class #2
30. I.W.A. – the First International

VI. Political Economy Series

1. Wage, Labor & Capital, by Marx
2. Value, Price & Profit, by Marx
3. Capital, Prefaces and Introduction, Chapter one, Sections 1 & 2
4. Capital, Chapter one, Section 3
5. Capital, Chapter one, Section 4, Chapter two
6. Capital, Chapter three
7. Capital. Chapters four to six
8. Capital, Chapter seven
9. Capital, Chapter eight
10. Capital, Chapter nine
11. Capital, Chapter ten
12. Economic Problems of Socialism, by Stalin
13. Capital, Chapter 11
14. Capital, Chapter 12
15. Capital, Chapter 13
16. Capital, Chapter 14
17. Capital, Chapter 15
18. Capital, Chapter 16, 17, 18
19. Capital, Chapters 19 to 22
20. Capital, Chapter 23
21. Capital, Chapter 24
22. Capital, Chapter 25
23. Review Class on Political Economy
24. Introductory Class for Nuclei
25. Political Economy of Socialism
26. Quote from Critique of Political Economy by Marx

VII. Political Education Series

1. National Colonial Question #1
2. National Colonial Question #2
3. Woman Question #1
4. Woman Question #2
5. Woman Question #3
6. Syndicalism
7. Mastering Bolshevism, by Stalin
8. On the Struggle against Revisionism, by Kilpatrick
9. Against Liquidationism
10. United Front
11. Notes from the Gallows, Fuchik
12. Speech to 81 Communist & Workers Parties, by Enver Hoxha
13. Anarchism or Socialism, Stalin
14. Factory Nuclei
15. Negro National Colonial Question
16. United Front Against Fascism, by Dimitrov
17. Fascism and Social Revolution, by Dutt
18. Principles of Revolutionary Soviet Communists, by Stalin group
19. Strategy and Tactics, by Stalin
20. Revisionism (for reading see #31 to 33)
21. Factionalism in the Party
22. Party Program
23. Inner Party Struggle
24. Political and Organizational Aspects of Democratic-centralism
25. Class Struggle
26. Party Work in the Masses
27. Reading Material for Educational on Class Struggle (Marx to Bolte)
28. Third International
29. Proletarian Morality
30. Marxism and Revisionism (reading) by Lenin
31. Differences in the European Labor Movement, by Lenin
32. Inherent Contradictions of Party Development, by Stalin

VIII. Philosophy Series

1. Dialectical Materialism by Adoratsky
2. Relative and Absolute Truth
3. On Protracted War, by Mao Tse Tung
4. Capital, Primitive Accumulation, by Marx
5. Ludwig Feuerbach and the Outcome of Classical German Philosophy by Engels
6. Karl Marx, by Lenin
7. Basis and Superstructure, by Konstantinov
8. Philosophical Aspects of Democratic-Centralism
9. Mutual Interpenetration of Opposites
10. Antagonism and Contradiction