Communist Unity Association (Marxist-Leninist)

Imperialism and the Struggle for a Revolutionary Party


First Published: September 1974
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Sam Richards and Paul Saba
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Imperialism and the Triumph of Opportunism in the Working Class

The working class of Britain has no party

The effect of imperialism on the formation and degeneration of the western communist parties

Modern imperialism

Imperialism and the Labour Party

Roots in social democracy – the Trotskyists

The Communist Party of Great Britain

Marxism-Leninism and the Struggle for the Party

The Committee to Defeat Revisionism for Communist Unity

The Communist Party of England (M-L) and the Communist Party of Britain (M-L)

The Communist Federation of Britain (M-L)

Other Marxist-Leninist Groups

The party-building line of the Communist Unity Association (M-L)

Central theoretical problems

Dogmatism and empiricism

The unity of theory and practice

Organisational steps to party-building