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SOME URGENT PROBLEMS OF THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IN INDIA. By V. Basak

January 20, 2019

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SOME URGENT PROBLEMS OF THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IN INDIA. By V. Basak Modern Books Ltd. 53, GRAYS INN RD. London, W. C. Printed in Great Britain by Western Printing Services Ltd., (T.U.) A CONTENTS   INTRODUCTION                   2 THE BRITISH POLICY OF INDIA’S “INDUSTRIALIZATION”         4 INDEPENDENCE OR THE RIGHT TO […]

Man and Plan in Soviet Economy by ANDREW ROTHSTEIN

December 11, 2018

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This book was written when the deeper truths about the Soviet Union, to which the eyes of many millions were opened for a short while during the war against Nazi Germany, were being temporarily obscured again by the passion of controversy about the settlement of Europe after the war. Experience throughout the thirty years’ existence […]

Khrushchev and Soviet History

November 9, 2018

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By Moni Guha Reviewing Victor Hugo’s biography of Napoleon, Karl Marx wrote in the preface to his book, ‘The Eighteenth Brumaire’- ‘The event itself appears in his work like a bolt from the blue. He sees in it only the violent act of a single individual. He does not notice that he makes this individual […]

Book Published , Why was Stalin Denigrated.., by Moni Guha

June 12, 2018

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Stalin Society of India has published this booklet written by veteran Communist intellectual late comrade Moni Guha. In this small but very important work, comrade Guha has analysed in detail the events that unfolded immediately after the death of Stalin. In fact MG raised question on the death and circumstances leading to the death. It […]

Tripura elections 2018: Fall of the last revisionist Bastille

March 4, 2018

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*Damodar The electoral rout of CPI (M) in its last stronghold of Tripura seemed to be the culmination of the long rot which was faced by this revisionist party. After being in power for 25 years, the BJP manged to dislodge it without any pain. In a way the election of the state was a […]

H.G. Wells on Joseph Stalin

June 12, 2016

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“I confess that I approached Stalin with a certain amount of suspicion and prejudice. A picture had been built up in my mind of a very reserved and self-centred fanatic, a despot without vices, a jealous monopolizer of power. I had been inclined to take the part of Trotsky against him. I had formed a […]

Mao Apologised to Yugoslavian Delegates, told Stalin blocked our revolution.

August 11, 2015

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It has always been our understanding on Mao, that he was a revisionist and an Anti-Marxist Leninist. With new documents and papers coming out of various Archives, our view has been solidified in light of such information. Mao, had always adopted a vacillating position when it came to matter of international import...document titled “MINUTES, MAO’S CONVERSATION WITH A YUGOSLAVIAN COMMUNIST UNION DELEGATION, BEIJING” further exposes the sheer un-Marxist attitude of Mao when he shamelessly puts blame on Stalin even stating that Stalin blocked our revolution.