From New International, Vol. II No. 1, January 1935, p. 31.
Que Faire (January 1935), published by an oppositional group of members of the French Communist Party, inconveniently reminds the party leadership that the May Day 1933 appeal of the Communist International, printed in l’Humanité of April 29, 1933, declared:
“What we need today is the united front from below and not negotiations between leaderships with the Welses and the Renaudels ... Only the united front from below will assure success [of the united front of the working class].”
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