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The Australian Communist, Issues 1-10


Number 1, N.D.

CONTENTS

Introduction
Democratic Centralism and Revisionism by E.F. Hill
Prepare for the Worst to Win the Best by Duncan Clarke
The Struggle Against Penal Legislation by Frank Johnson
The Tri-Partite Pact and Australia by G. P. O’Day
The Peace Movement and Imperialism by Vida Little
Some Comments on the Revisionist Journal “Arena” by Observer

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Number 2, N.D.

CONTENTS

On the Question of a Party of a New Type
Revisionism in the Communist Party of Australia
A Portrait of a Revisionist
For the Building of a Party Press of a New Type
Some Comments on Recent Issues of “The Guardian”
Some Aspects of Unity and Problems of the United Front
A Comment on “Differences in the Communist Movement”
An Open Letter to Mr. Dixon, President of the Communist Party of Australia
Correspondence on the “Expulsion” from the C.P.A. of C. Ralph

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Number 3, January 1964

CONTENTS

The Federal Elections in the Light of Marxism-Leninism
Lenin Anniversary Article Reviews the Tasks Ahead
The Right Opportunism of the “Theoretican” E. Aarons
Revisionist CPA Leaders Depart Further from Marxism-Leninism
Trotsky’s Ghost Really Walks Again
Revisionist Gymnastics of CPA Leaders “Under the Baton”
A Comment on L.L. Sharkey’s Central Committee Report
Migrants and the Struggle of the Australian Working Class
Abundance Alone Does Not Mean Communism
Excerpts from N.Z. Party Statement to CPSU
In Memorium

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Number 4, March 1964

CONTENTS

On the Question of Unity and the Struggle for Principle
There Can Never be “Wage Justice” Under Capitalism
Another Article (Written 1960) L. Aarons Thought Sectarian
More Light on L.L. Sharkey’s Betrayal of Marxism-Leninism
Correct Errors of the Past to Build for the Future
On the Role of the Union of Australian Women
Mr. Paddy Malone Answers a Letter from an Old Friend
How Revisionists Subvert the Women’s Movement

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Number 5, May 1964

CONTENTS

E.F. Hill’s Report to Historic Conference of Marxist-Leninists – Part 1
On the Tasks of the Communist Party (M-L)
In Memory of K.C. Miller, A Great Marxist-Leninist by E.F. Hill
Culture is a Class Weapon
J. Nolan’s Speech to Queensland State Committee (CPA); Feb. 23
Sharkey, Dixon, Aarons Are the Real Splitters
Man’s Will is a Part of Objective Reality

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Number 6, June 1964

CONTENTS

Continuing E.F. Hill’s Report to the Historic Conference of Marxist-Leninists
Correct Concepts of the Party and Mass Work
Revisionist Writings Reveal Anti-Marxist Trend
Australian Economy Reflects Imperialist Rivalries
High Prices and Inflation
The Lessons of the Intrigues of L. Aarons and His Group
The Economism and Falsehood of R. Gibson
The Promotion of Claude Jones to the CPA Secretariat
Kremlin Kulak Wreaks Soviet Agriculture

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Number 7, September 1964

CONTENTS

Conclusion E.F. Hill’s Report
Opening Discussion for a Program for the Communist Party of Australia (Marxist-Leninist)
Modern Revisionism is the Ally of U.S. Imperialism
Role of Vanguard in the Present Situation
Revolution Was Forgotten in Sharkey’s Congress Report
Religion in Australian and Its Connection to Politics
The Mass of Confusion Labelled “Arena”
Abolish the Wage System
“The Guardian” Reveals Its Revisionism Again
Indonesia, Merdeka!

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Number 8, November 1964

CONTENTS

Hold High the Banner of the October Revolution
Lessons of China’s 15th Year of Socialist Successes
Problems of Breaking Ideologically with Revisionism
More on Thornton’s Errors Regarding Man and Nature
The Struggle for Unity in the Communist Movement
On the Theory of Marxism by V.I. Lenin – 1899
India, the Soviet Union and Some Lessons

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Number 9, December 1964

CONTENTS

Marxism-Leninism and Parliamentary Elections
Red Flag Editorial: Why Khruschev Fell
For International Communist Unity
The Law of Criticism and Self-Criticism
The Tactics of Imperialism
On the Struggle for a Principled Marxist Stand
Documents on Expulsion of E.F. Hill from CPA
N. Gallagher’s Speech to Indonesian T.U. Congress
Some Effects of the False Ideas of Khruschev
A Contribution on Aspects of the Peace Struggle

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Number 10, February 1965

CONTENTS

Perspectives for 1965
Revisionists Confuse Key Question of Revolution
The British Labour Party
Marxism-Leninism Only Correct Theory for Women’s Liberation
The Struggle for Peace in Australia
Marxism-Leninism, An All-Embracing Living Doctrine