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Editorial: Significance of League Congress

First Published: Unity, Vol. 7, No. 9, May 25-June 14, 1984.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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The successful completion of the Second Congress of the League is of significance. It demonstrates that an important sector of the revolutionary movement which traces its roots to the uprisings of the 1960’s, and which in large part is rooted among the oppressed nationalities, has been able to survive, grow and strengthen itself.

The decision of the Congress for the League to place more emphasis on theoretical and propaganda work has special significance for UNITY. In this next period UNITY will try to continue to improve its ability to provide Marxist-Leninist leadership to the revolutionary struggle.

We urge our readers to write us with your criticisms of and suggestions for UNITY as well as the work of the League. We want to build UNITY among all sectors of the movement. You can help.