By the Organization of Communist Revolutionaries A World To Win #12, 1988. Berger, Dan. Outlaws of America: The Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity. AK Press, 2006. Bin Wahad, Dhoruba, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and Assata Shakur. Still Black, Still Strong: Survivors of the US War Against Black Revolutionaries. Semiotext(e), 1993.
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The CP, the Sixties, the RCP, and the Crying Need for a Communist Vanguard Party Today: Summing up a century of communist leadership, organization, strategy, and practice in the United States so that we can rise to the challenges before us.
By the Organization of Communist Revolutionaries The following study guide was compiled by the Organization of Communist Revolutionaries (US) (OCR) to assist comrades in developing into communist cadre by providing them with a grounding in the communist tradition, key communist principles and concentrations of revolutionary strategy, and operational principles for functioning like communist cadre. TheContinue reading “The CP, the Sixties, the RCP, and the Crying Need for a Communist Vanguard Party Today: Summing up a century of communist leadership, organization, strategy, and practice in the United States so that we can rise to the challenges before us.”
“We are both the subject and the object of the revolution”
An Interview with Italy’s CARC Party by the kites editorial committee Part 1 of On Granite Conviction:Revolutionary Communism in Italy Today Editorial Introduction from kites In early May 2020, the kites Editorial Committee conducted this interview with comrade Marco Pappalardo and other cadres of the CARC Party based out of Milan, Italy. The CARC PartyContinue reading ““We are both the subject and the object of the revolution””
The contraband of revolutionary theory
Introducing KITES, a journal of communist theory and strategy for revolution in North America by Amil K. To read and download in PDF, click here. In the American and Canadian prison systems, kites are “contraband” correspondence shared among inmates, and between inmates and those on the outside. Tiny, folded-up pieces of paper, kites are slippedContinue reading “The contraband of revolutionary theory”