Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

The Seattle Branch of the Central Organization of U.S. Marxist-Leninists

Apply Marxism-Leninism Mao Tsetung Thought to problems confronting proletarian revolution in the U.S.


First Published: September 9, 1975.
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(1) Is it permissible for the proletariat to ally itself with the “liberal” bourgeoisie?

a. How Browder distorted the line of the 7th Congress of the Comintern regarding the United Front Against Fascism.
b. Is the “liberal” bourgeoisie a barrier to fascism?
c. Is it permissible for the proletariat to ally itself with the “liberal” bourgeoisie?

(2) The political and ideological independence of the working class must be resolutely maintained through the line of its Communist Party

a. The new left adapts itself to Marxist-Leninist phrases.
b. What is the expert anti-revisionist line?
c. Conciliation with the bourgeoisie and petty bourgeoisie. The theory of “proletarian politics/bourgeois culture”.

(3) Against the theory of “a mass socialist base is a pre-requisite to party building”

a. The historical experience of organizing a mass labor party in the U.S.
b. The necessity of organizing the unorganized workers into the working class.
c. The social-fascist line regarding the trade union movement.
d. Social democracy’s assistance to fascism and the line of “seizure of the means of production”. Shamefaced socialism.