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May 81 General EVALUATION of the TEACHINGS and the WORKS of GENERAL EVALUATION OF THE TEACHINGS AND THE WORKS OF MAO TSE-TUNG

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May 81 General EVALUATION of the TEACHINGS and the WORKS of GENERAL EVALUATION OF THE TEACHINGS AND THE WORKS OF MAO TSE-TUNG

May 81 General EVALUATION of the TEACHINGS and the WORKS of GENERAL EVALUATION OF THE TEACHINGS AND THE WORKS OF MAO TSE-TUNG
Theses for Discussion The three undersigned organizations would like to emphasize that we think it is very urgent, especially in the current situation, to thoroughly and completely study the immortal teachings of the classical Marxist-Leninists, the teachings of Marx,Engels,Lenin and Stalin, to evaluate and propagate them on the basis of the original writings, and not merely on the basis of secondary literature. The great works of Comrade Stalin, which are, and which will remain relevant, should be defended in a particularly offensive manner against all opportunist and revisionist attacks and distortions.
In the context of defending the teachings of Marx,Engels, Lenin and Stalin – complete in themselves – , of defending the teachings of Marxism-Leninism, it is also necessary to take a clear and principled position on Mao Tse-tung.
1. MAO TSE-TUNG’S MARXIST-LENINIST WORKS ON THE DEMOCRATIC RE VOLUTION AND PEOPLES’ WAR MUST BE UNCONDITIONALLY DEFENDED Mao Tse-tung’s fundamental and greatest world-historical accomplishment, which no one can deny, exists in the fact that he led the 600 million people of China, shoulder to shoulder with all other forces of the proletarian w/orld revolution, based in Stalin’s socialist Soviet Union, to victory in the anti-imperialist, anti-feudal stage of the revolution ■ Mao Tse-tung’s writings on the democratic stage of the revolution in China, contained in volumes I-IV of his works, as well as the points on revolution in colonial, semi-colonial and dependent countries are based on Marxism-Leninism and in particular on the teachings of Lenin and Stalin.
8 With great brilliance Mao Tse-tung applied Lenin’s and Stao lin’s teachings and the fundamental guidelines of the ComQ intern to the different periods within the democratic stage o of the revolution in China.
Fundamental principles of the revolution in capitalist, not capitalistically developed, colonial, semi-colonial and dependent countries (1} are :
The stage of the democratic revolution is a prerequisite for the transition to socialist revolution and to the dictatorship of the proletariat in these countries. An agrarian revolution as well as an anti-imperialist revolution are necessary in these countries and must be treated as a joint process, where as one of both of these aspects will always be in the forefront in the various periods.
The struggle for the hegemony of the proletariat is , in any(…)

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