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Communist Workers Movement

The “Absolute Decline” of the Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist)

Published: October, 1976
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Sam Richards and Paul Saba
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EROL Note: This pamphlet was written collectively under clandestine conditions by members of three branches of the CPB (M-L) – Birmingham, Liverpool and Nottingham. It was written with the aim of convincing other CPB (ML) members to leave the organisation. Subsequently, the three branches left the CPB (ML) and reconstituted themselves as the Communist Workers Movement.



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