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Proletarian Unity, 1976-1982


Proletarian Unity was the theoretical journal of the Canadian Marxist-Leninist group In Struggle!.

Proletarian Unity, Volume 1, #1, September 1976  

Editorial: For a national theoretical journal of IN STRUGGLE!
Towards the Unification of the Canadian Marxist-Leninist Movement

Proletarian Unity, Volume 1, #6, August 1977  

Editorial: The historical mission of the Canadian proletariat is to overthrow the bourgeoisie and to accomplish the socialist Revolution
Speeches by IN STRUGGLE! at the July 9, 1977 Conference Organized by the C.A.P.T.
The Progressive Worker Movement and the Red Star Collective: A Legacy of Economism and Bourgeois Nationalism in the Marxist-Leninist Movement (by Long March Collective)

Proletarian Unity, Volume 2, #1, October 1977 

Editorial: Struggle for the unity of the international Marxist-Leninist movement
To re-establish the truth
Letter from comrades in Halifax
A brief history of the struggle for the reconstruction of a proletarian Party in Canada
A few political lessons of the struggle against racist Bill C-24
“The world is in upheaval, the situation is excellent” (Speech given by IN STRUGGLEI’s representative on May 1st, 1977, in Montreal)
The ’76 Olympic Games were a splendid demonstration of imperialism’s control over sports
The international communist movement on the march

Proletarian Unity, Volume 2, #5, June-July 1978 

Editorial: The “Workers’ Party”: the new visage of social democracy and Trotskyism
The Communist Program and Immediate Demands
The struggle for an independent Canada is a struggle that strengthens the Canadian bourgeoisie
Communism versus Opportunism

Proletarian Unity, Volume 3, Number 3, February-March 1979   

Editorial: “Leftist”, “radical” and “Eurocommunist” social democracy
A new offensive begins against imperialism: the revolutionary crisis In Iran
Feminism, the bourgeoisie’s standard-bearer In the women’s movement
Revisionism Is capitalism without explicit private ownership of the means of production
The leaders of the Communist Party of China are taking China down the capitalist road
Some theoretical points about Marxist political economy
On Charles Bettelhelm’s book: China since Mao: The dictatorship of the proletariat cannot exist without a proletarian party
The international communist movement on the march

Proletarian Unity, Volume 3, Numbers 5-6, June-September 1979   

Presentation: The Third Congress of the Marxist-Leninist Organization of Canada IN STRUGGLE! (documents)
Political Report presented to the Third Congress of the MLOC IN STRUGGLE!
Programme for the proletarian revolution in Canada and Constitution of IN STRUGGLE!
For the political and organizational unity of the international communist movement Appeal from the 3rd Congress of IN STRUGGLE! to the communists (m-l) of the world
Index of the organization abbreviations used in the Political Report

Proletarian Unity, Volume 4, Number 2, February-March 1980   

Editorial: Who does the crisis really hurt?
The imperialists are preparing war on the backs of the people
The Quebec national movement in the 1960s
The struggle against class collaboration in the labour movement in Canada
The CLC and the Canadian labour movement
The unity of the international Marxist-Leninist movement: A political question for today
The Workers Communist Party unveils its constitution
Commodity production and the rise of capitalism
Books in review

Proletarian Unity, Volume 4, Number 3, July-September 1980   

Will constitutional reform be achieved at the expense of people’s rights?
The U.S. economy goes into a recession
Lands in revolt
Communists and the family
They say cut back, we say fight back
Imperialist interests in Cyprus
Round table conference on the work of Jean-Paul Sartre
What had become of the socialist camp by 1960?
Books in review
International Communist Movement

Proletarian Unity, Volume 4, Number 4, October-December 1980  

Editorial: Cuba’s role in Latin America
Poland: Workers fight for their rights
The Quebec referendum: The limits of the nationalist dream
The labour aristocracy in Canada today
Support for Quebec's right to self-determination is very much alive in English Canada
A central question: Rallying workers
On the cultural front: Progressive theatre troupes explain how they work, and why
On Enver Hoxha’s most recent book: There are questions that still need to be answered
International communist movement
Books in review


Proletarian Unity, Volume 5, Number 1, January-March 1981   

Editorial: Ronald Reagan in the White House: A sign of the times?
The economic underpinnings to the constitutional crisis
Canada, a country founded on unequal development
Revolutionary work among women — a round table discussion
A revealing analysis of the situation in Quebec today
Harry Magdoff answers some questions for us: capitalism in underdeveloped countries
Child psychology: a developing science
The RCP sidesteps the key issue
The peasantry and the Soviet State (1917-1932): from class alliance to split
A one-sided method in the study of revisionism
Books in review


Proletarian Unity, Volume 5, Number 2, April-June 1981   

Editorial: International Women’s Day 1981: More people, more united, more basic questions raised
The PQ after four years in power
Socialism in the 1980s: a conference, and an on-going debate
Notes on the international situation: Here come the '80s
Zionism and anti-Semitism: allies or enemies?
Imperialism today: Notes from the land of the multinational
For a scientific vision of the world: determinism or free will?
Books in review

Proletarian Unity, Volume 6, Number 1, March-May 1982  

And the flower that was closed unfolds...
The materials basis of women’s oppression in capitalist society
A feminist criticism of IN STRUGGLE!’s Programme
Feminist questions about Marxist theory
Native women on their fight against oppression
Report on the feminist structure in Movimiento Comunista