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Workers Congress (Marxist-Leninist)

Revolutionary Training

First Published: The Communist, Vol. IV, No. 12, May 8, 1978.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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No question is more important to party building than revolutionary training. And yet the subject has been badly neglected in the US communist press. We conclude it has been neglected by Marxist-Leninist organizations period. While some training has gone on, an understanding of its significance has been missing.

In fact, we will transform the disunity of our movement into party unity only by a conscious process of revolutionary training. The question of how we train, therefore, is a priority on the party building agenda.

With this issue of THE COMMUNIST, the WORKERS CONGRESS (M-L) begins a series of articles on revolutionary training. Our columns are open to readers for discussion and struggle on the question, and on its relation to party building.

“The Chief Means of Revolutionary Training” begins on page 4.