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Nepal’s First Days of May: General Strike and ProvocationNepal’s First Days of May: General Strike and Provocation

Kathmandu, May 11 — The largest mobilization of human beings in Nepal’s history brought hundreds of thousands of villagers into the capital Kathmandu for May First protests – and the entire country to a standstill. May Day! On May First, … Continue reading

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Statement on the Revolution in NepalDeclaración sobre la Revolución en Nepal

Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) Leader, Prachanda Nepal is one of the most poor and economically underdeveloped countries in the world. It sits between the nations of India and China and within these conditions a broad and astonishing revolutionary … Continue reading

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Critical Assessment of the Current Period (2009-2010)Informe Político Nacional

“Capitalism has no answers that humanity can afford to accept.” Preface:  The following are a set of theses which summarize what we—the NEC—believe to be the central components of the present conjuncture or moment.  This is being written in this … Continue reading

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Communist Manifestoon!

We also highly recommend reading the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Download this piece as a PDF

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They Wanted to Serve the People

Madness seems to be on a dizzying march. While the US economy continues to crumble, poverty in the country reaches new levels, 41 million people lack any health insurance, and each day brings new revelations of massive corporate crime, President … Continue reading

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Toward a Critical Reassessment of Maoism

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A Communist

Poem of the Week2/25/01-3/3/01 A Communist I shall need no priest,Only my people, Communion with my people."Forgive me, north and south,Forgive me east and west!"That will be all—And enough. from A Canticle of Pan, and Other PoemsHew York, Alfred A. … Continue reading

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Family Tree: Exchange — Max Elbaum 12/20/2000

I'm glad to see this discussion now joined at the level where it can be of most value to both veteran and new generation revolutionaries. Dennis' latest comments make clear there's a good deal of common ground, so I will … Continue reading

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Family Tree: Exchange — Dennis O’Neil 12/01/2000

Thanks for the time and thought you devoted to your comments. I really appreciate it and will try in my response to curb my old polemical instincts, dormant but not extinct. (Word processing programs make it so much easier to … Continue reading

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Family Tree: Exchange — Max Elbaum 4/3/2000

The essay "Some Lessons from the Family Tree of the New Communist Movement" makes several good points. But in the end it is disappointing. The main problem is that it doesn't grapple with the specific ideological outlook that defined the … Continue reading

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