Starting with Volume 2, Revolution, formerly the theoretical journal of the Communist Federation of Britain (Marxist-Leninist), became the theoretical journal of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain.
The Importance of the founding of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain
Manifesto of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain
Constitution of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain
Messages sent to the Communist Party of China
Volume Five of Mao’s selected Works – an arsenal of materialist dialectics
Take the Bolshevik, Not Menshevik Road to Party Building
Victory over the ’Gang of Four’
The Soviet Union – the more dangerous Superpower
The Third World is a rising force against Imperialism
Learning from the masses – a living education
Birch no longer part of the Marxist-Leninist movement!
Appendices 2 and 3 to “The Origin and Development of the Differences between the leadership of the C.P.S.U. and ourselves”
Support for Socialist China means wholehearted support for China’s veteran leaders
Building the factory cell
Fight on to unite the Marxist-Leninist Movement!
Proletarian Internationalism and the duties of British communists
Inflation is caused by the capitalist system
Struggle to build a fine style of work in the League!
A Major step in building the single leading centre
Ten Years After Czechoslovakia – strengthen the struggle against Soviet hegemonism!
Firmly establish the factory cells
United States Communists on euro-revisionism
Message from the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain to the Communist Party of China on the occasion of the Second anniversary of the death of Chairman Mao
Message from the Standing Committee of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China
Communist Workers’ Movement holds National Conference. Letter of greeting from Revolutionary Communist League of Britain
Progress in Party building
Britain and the struggle against superpower hegemonism and war
Combine legal and illegal work
Refute the Right opportunist line in Party building
Criticism of A.C.W. splittism
The Anti-League Faction – its history and main features
The Party of Labour of Albania – a centre of revisionism
Interview with Pol Pot. [March 17, 1978 to delegation of Yugoslav journalists]
Build the Party at the point of production.
Messages to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
Messages to the Party and Government of Democratic Kampuchea
Message from the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain to the Communist Party of China on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China
China’s New Long March – a continuation of Mao’s revolutionary line.
Kampuchea: Draft Political programme
“They Condemned Me to Passivity and Silence” (An interview with the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Poland): interview with Kazimierz Mijal.
Stalin Centenary: 1879-1979.
Against the ACW’s Hopeless Dogmatism
Special Issue: The New Technology – the technology of unemployment?