MIA: Subjects: India : Revolutionary Communist Party of India

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REVOLUTIONARY COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA


 

The Revolutionary Communist Party of India began as a breakaway from the Communist Party of India in 1934. In March 1943 the name Revolutionary Communist Party of India was adopted.

MIA Note: The texts below that are marked with an asterisk are courtesy of Charles Wesley Ervin. Digital copies of original printed materials deposited in the Charles Wesley Ervin collection, 1927-73, at Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.

 

Agrarian Charter*, by K. T. Shah

The Tibetan Struggle*, by Sarojini Hutheesing

The Political Report Adopted by the Plenary Conference of the Revolutionary Communist Party of India in June 1960

See also:

Saumyendranath Tagore Internet Archive