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Black Workers Congress

The Black Liberation Struggle, the Black Workers Congress, and Proletarian Revolution


First Published: n.d. [1974].
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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I. Introduction

Opening Statement

II. The World Situation and the U.S.A.

III. Who Are Our Enemies? Who Are Our Friends?

IV. Marxism-Leninsm-Mao Tse Tung Thought, Revolutionary Nationalism and the Black Liberation Movement

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V. The National Question in the U.S. Today

VI. History of the Modern Black Liberation and the Black Workers Congress Summed-up

VII. Why We Need A "New" Communist Party and the Role of a Black Communist Organization

VIII. Strategy for Making Revolution in the U.S. – The United Front Against Imperialism

IX. The Trade Union Question

X. The Woman Question

XI. The Student and Youth Movements

XII. Concluding Remarks