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U.S. League of Revolutionary Struggle (Marxist-Leninist)


Congress Papers #4

First Issued: August 23, 1990.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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I. Introduction to Congress Papers #4

II. Responses and Opinions

a. Some comments on M-L, socialism and our future, by MN (New York)

b. What’s the difference?, by BF & EB (Los Angeles)

c. Some lessons from our work in Watsonville, by BS (Watsonville)

d. Submission to Congress discussion, by FW (San Francisco)

e. Socialism is the only “fundamental change” possible in the U.S., by JL (New York)

f. “No” on the question of a “two-line struggle”, by LW (New York)

g. Socialism is putting people before profits, by JM (San Jose)

h. Stick together: A response to Congress Papers #2, by PS (Oakland)

i. An essay on dialectics, by AH (Newark)

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III. Responses to Statement by the Los Angeles District Committee in Congress Papers #2

Response #1

Response #2

Response #3