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Proletariat was the theoretical journal of the Communist League and then of the Communist Labor Party.

Vol. 1, No. 1, January-February 1971

Lenin's Imperialism 54 Years Later by J.A.
Letter from an Expelled Member of the CL (formerly CCL) by Susan Y.
The League's 'Dogmatism' and the Creative 'Marxism' of Susan Y.: A Reply to Her Letter by J.A.
The Communist Party USA's Position on the State or Rightwing 'Communism' A Senile Disorder by C. J.
Reprint: Chapter One of Trotskyism: Counterrevolutin in Disguise by M. J. Olgin

Vol. 2, No. 1

Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 1973

The Development of Our Political Line from the Standpoint of Pure Reasoning by W., Los Angeles
How the Revolutionary Union Renders Lenin More Profound While Aiding the CPUSA by S.T., San Francisco
Bringing the Workingclass to Revolution, Labors' Local Union 261: A Case History, by Caucus Local 261
Reform or Revolution - Which Side Are You On? by Caucus Local 261
On Bribery by J.A.

Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1974

Report to the Communist Collective of the Chicano Nation on the Chicano National-Colonial Question (August 1972-April1973)
A Open Letter to the Denver Left by comrades from the Denver area of the Communist League
On the Workingclass History of Los Angeles by P. B.
On Proletarian Morality by Nelson P., Chairman of the Communist League
On the Errors of the "Open Letter to the Denver Left"