By Basanta, The Worker #11, Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), July 2007, pp. pp. 15-24. “We do not regard Marx’s … Continue reading No revolution can be replicated but developed
First Published: Theoretical Review No. 13, November-December 1979 Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba Copyright: This work is in the … Continue reading On the History of the Revolutionary Union by Steve Hamilton
Statement of Revolutionary Initiative
This document is a summation of our current assessment of the program of the Revolutionary Communist Party. It arises out of a series of discussions carried out within Revolutionary Initiative and with comrades from the RCP.
Our assessment must begin with the recognition that the purpose of Revolutionary Initiative is the formation of a single genuine Communist Party in Canada and that the RCP is currently the most advanced Party-building project in this country. It is guided by Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, is sincerely committed to the revolutionary transformation of Canadian society and has overall made a positive contribution to the movement for revolution in Canada. As Maoists, we must analyse their program carefully, clearly assess it’s perceived strengths and weaknesses, and identify where our understanding of Canadian society and the path to revolution differs. Only in this way may we develop a better understanding of our own line, potential barriers to unity that must be overcome, and areas of study that require greater investigation. We must do this in the spirit of comradeship and revolutionary humility, with the understanding that in the end it will be the masses who decide which line is correct.
This assessment will take the form of a section by section analysis of the RCP program.
Made during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, Breaking With Old Ideas (1975) concerns the struggle to democratize the school system … Continue reading Breaking With Old Ideas