Revolution was the theoretical journal of the National Committee of the Communist Federation of Britain (Marxist-Leninist). Five issues appeared. Starting with Volume 2, it became the theoretical journal of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain (see separate listing).
Resolution of the Third Conference of the Communist Federation of Britain (Marxist-Leninist). (February 1976)
Build the Revolutionary Communist Party to Lead the Revolution!
Reply to the Resignation letter of the Coventry group
Boldly combat social democracy in the struggle to overthrow capitalism
Smash opportunism to win the proletarian vanguard!
Lower and deeper into the proletariat – a self-criticism. (JT)
Eternal Glory to the Great leader and Teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung: letter to the Central committee of the Communist Party of China from the National Committee of the CFB(ML)
Eternal Glory to Our Great leader and Teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung
The Working Class grows strong by fighting errors within its ranks: criticism of the founding statements of the Communist Federation of Britain (Marxist-Leninist)
Revisionism is bourgeois ideology dressed up as Marxism: criticism of the article in MLQ #3 called “Revisionism and the anti-revisionism movement”
Combat Intellectualism to transform the class stand of the Communist Federation of Britain
Enver Hoxha, On the Intellectuals
Build Communist bases in the working class
Unity is the aim of struggle
Active ideological struggle is the key link in party building.
Against Opportunist attacks on CPC foreign policy
Integrate the universal truths of Marxism-Leninism with the concrete practice of the British revolution!
Grasp Democratic centralism!
Chiang Hsueh-yuan, Democratic centralism in party committees
Combat Women’s Oppression: mobilise women for the socialist revolution
Message to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on the publication of Volume Five of the “Selected Works of Mao Tsetung”
Call to the British Marxist-Leninist Movement
On the Ten Major Relationships
Grasp firmly the mass line in base-building
The ’British Road’: an opportunist path to counter-revolution
Transform the family into as fighting unit of the proletariat