Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

Letter to The Call: USSR

First Published: The Call, Vol. 9, No. 15, April 14, 1980.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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As usual we’ve been enjoying your coverage – especially the eyewitness foreign correspondent reports. Also the Women’s Day supplement was a step forward from previous ones.

However, we still are concerned that The Call make clearer the CPML’s differing view on the Soviet Union than Carter’s. This is the most frequent criticism of The Call we hear on campus among anti-draft folks. I feel that we need to show without a doubt that we do not advocate relying on the U.S. bourgeoisie to fight the social-imperialists, although I do agree with the need to do extra coverage to expose the Soviet Union, and The Call is good in this respect.

L.A., Atlanta, Ga.