2 edition of What the Young Communist League stands for found in the catalog.
What the Young Communist League stands for
|Statement||by William Rust.|
|Contributions||Communist Party of Great Britain., Young Communist League (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
In Komsomol cadets were building the tractor factory in Stalingrad, 56, others built factories in the Urals, and 36, were assigned work underground in the coal mines. Classes began at 9 am and carried through until pm, with an hour for lunch. Communist is a Latin word. Our old friend Flocon, who had a seat in the Provisional Government, obtained for the workers sent by us the same travel facilities as had been granted to the legionnaires. They emphasized the ways communists abolished independent youth organizations, created party-controlled youth organizations that were firmly subordinate to adult parties, and used these organizations to shape and control young people.
Young Communist Leaguers must learn to regard our revolution not as an end in itself, but as a means and an aid towards the victory of the proletarian revolution in all countries. It is the task of the Youth League to organize its practical activities in such a way that, by learning, organising, uniting and fighting, its members shall train both themselves and all those who look to it for leadership; it should train Communists. The Young Communist League is a reserve, a reserve of peasants and workers from which the Party augments its ranks. Consequently, in the official publications of the association the views represented in the Communist Manifesto were mingled hodge-podge with guild recollections and guild aspirations, fragments of Louis Blanc and Proudhon, protectionism, etc.
Soon we learned that after long debates, the congress had unanimously backed the principles of Marx and Engels It was felt that roots were being struck more and more in the German working class and that these German workers were historically called upon to be the standard-bearers of the workers of the North and East of Europe. The main task then was to criticise the bourgeoisie, arouse hatred of the bourgeoisie among the masses, and foster class-consciousness and the ability to unite their forces. All contradiction and doubt were finally set at rest, the new basic principles were unanimously adopted, and Marx and I were commissioned to draw up the Manifesto.
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Therefore, in addition to strengthening its proletarian core, it must work to recruit the best elements of the peasant youth, it must work to ensure a firm alliance between the proletarian core and the peasant section of the League.
Thirdly, the organisation of delegate meetings What the Young Communist League stands for book young middle peasants cannot be justified on the plea of the existence of delegate meetings of working women and peasant women.
Stormy applause. According to statistics published in The Young Worker, this group was said to include 69 members who were 22 years old or younger and to be comprised of 61 native-born whites, 10 native-born blacks, and 18 foreign-born.
A chart headed "Roll of Dishonor" was posted to note rulebreakers and thereby maintain discipline. The old books are of no use here; no one will believe them. You should not merely assimilate this knowledge, but assimilate it critically, so as not to cram your mind with useless lumber, but enrich it with all those facts that are indispensable to the well-educated man of today.
He had already fallen out with the members of the League in London; and in Brussels, where Marx and his wife welcomed him with almost superhuman forbearance, he also could not get along with anyone. We say that our morality is entirely subordinated to the interests of the proletariat's class struggle.
That is what makes it mighty. Limitation of the right of inheritance. Only when that class was formed did a mass movement arise which has led to what we have now -- the victory of the proletarian revolution in one of the weakest of countries, which for three years has been repelling the onslaught of the bourgeoisie of the whole world.
During the first Five-Year Plan in the Soviet Union —young people were at What the Young Communist League stands for book forefront; they were sent into the countryside to confiscate grain and force peasants onto collective farms, and they were deployed in factories and on construction sites What the Young Communist League stands for book members of shock brigades who led the struggle to transform the Soviet Union into an industrial power.
In addition, there was one participant from Rock Springs, WY. Information about is less complete. For more information read an abstract of this document. More than that, he was entirely the prophet, convinced of his personal mission as the predestined liberator of the German proletariat and as such a direct claimant as much to political as to military dictatorship.
We call ourselves Communists. Here a number of dangers arise, which very often manifest themselves whenever the task of learning communism is presented incorrectly, or when it is interpreted in too one-sided a manner. When everyone sees that we have ousted the old drill-ground methods from the old schools and have replaced them with conscious discipline, that all young men and women take part in subbotniks, and utilise every suburban farm to help the population -- people will cease to regard labour in the old way.
At these assemblies, the leadership of the Komsomol promoted the values they considered to be the most important for the ideal young communist.
He reported that they were as much convinced of the general correctness of our mode of outlook as of the necessity of freeing the League from the old conspiratorial traditions and forms.
It means, firstly, imbuing them with the consciousness that victory in the building of socialism in our country is fully possible and necessary. As soon as we had become clear in our own minds, we set about the task.
There were the first revolutionary proletarians whom I met, and however far apart our views were at that time — for I still owned, as against their narrow-minded equalitarian Communism [by equalitarian Communism I understand, as stated, only that Communism which bases itself exclusively or predominantly on the demand for equality], a goodly does of just as narrow-minded philosophical arrogance — I shall never forget the deep impression that these three real men made upon me, who was then still only wanting to become a man.
What I am able to give here is only a sketch, and even this only in so far as the League itself is concerned; only what is absolutely necessary to understand the Revelations.
Now, there already existed exactly such an organization in the shape of the League. The YCL is organisationally autonomous and decides its own activities and priorities, but is constitutionally committed to support for the CPB's programme, Britain's Road to Socialism.
Communism will become an empty word, a mere signboard, and a Communist a mere boaster, if all the knowledge he has acquired is not digested in his mind.
He critically reshaped everything that had been created by human society, without ignoring a single detail. This naturally brings me to the question of how we should teach communism and what the specific features of our methods should be. But such a definition of the study of communism would be too crude and inadequate.According to the edition of The American Labor Yearbook, the Young Communist League "based on dues payments" had a membership of about ininand 1, for the first ten months of As this is a hostile source, these numbers should be regarded with caution until verifcation with internal documents is possible.
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