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Correspondence Between the Communist Party of the United States of America (Marxist-Leninist) and the Communist Party of New Zealand

Published: Red Flag, Theoretical Journal of the Communist Party of the United States (Marxist-Leninist), Vol. I, Nos. 4-5 July Aug, Sept-Oct 1966.
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June 15, 1966

Dear Comrades,

Please accept the thanks of our Party for your kind message of condolence on the death of our late President, Comrade M.K. Williams.

Your message has been published in our Party press along with tributes from other countries.

With Comradely Greetings,
V. G. Wilcox
General Secretary
Communist Party of New Zealand


August 3, 1966

Comrade Wilcox, Communist Party New Zealand:

Comrade Michael I. Laski, General Secretary, beaten in jail July 28 STOP In hospital. Statements of support to CP.U.S.A. (M.-L.), 9122 South Compton Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90002.

Central Committee Communist Party U.S.A. (M-L)


August 7, 1966

C.P.N.Z. denounces brutal assault on your General Secretary, Michael Laski STOP Reconsider act in line with development of fascist repression against C.P.U.S.A.(M.-L.) and all democratic forces.

R. Nunes,
For National Secretariat
Communist Party of New Zealand


September 4, 1966

Regret unable to send observer Congress. Please accept greetings from Communist Party New Zealand and convey best wishes to delegates for successful Congress directed towards struggle against United States imperialism and for advance of working class and Negro people towards socialism.

General Secretary Communist Party New Zealand