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On the Communist Party of China's "Proposal on the General Line of the international Communist Movement", 1963

June 1992 German language edition: May 1979

On the Communist Party of China's "Proposal on the General Line of the international Communist Movement", 1963

On the Communist Party of China’s “Proposal on the General Line of the international Communist Movement”, 1963
June 1992 German language edition: May 1979
The Requirements of an International Marxist-Leninist General Line and the Struggle of the Communist Party of China Against Modern Revisionism Part IIA Concerning the History of the Struggle Against Modern Revisionism TABÎ, F,_OP CONTENTS CONCERNING THE HISTORY OF THE STRUGGLE AGAINST MODERN REVISIONISM 1. The Vacillating Attitude of the CP. of China Towards Ti toi te-Revisionism 2. What Positions Did the CP. of China Take Towards the Attacks of the Khrushchevite Revisionists Against Stalin?
3. Wrong Attitude of the CP. of China to the Frontal Attack of the 20th Congress of the CP.S.U.
on the Basic Principles of Marxism-Leninism 4. The Declarations of the Moscow Meetings of 1957 and 1960 Were a Further Challenge to the Marxist-Leninists in Order to Begin With the Open Struggle.
5. The CP. of China was Opposed to Khrushchev’s Measures Against the Party of Labour of Albania but was not for the Struggle of the Party of Labour of Albania Against Khrushchev.
6. The Vacillating Attitude of the CP. of China in the Question of the Final Break with Hhrushchevite Revisionism Note 3: The Attitude of the Party of Labour of Albania to the 20th Congress of the CP.S.U.
Note 4: What significance does the Degeneration of a Communist Party of a Socialist State have for Relations Between States(…)

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