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The Struggle for a Proletarian Party

by James P. Cannon

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"The workers of America have power enough to topple the structure of capitalism at home and to lift the whole world with them when they rise," Cannon asserts. On the eve of World War II, a founder of the communist movement in the U.S. defends the program and party-building course of the Communist International in Lenin's time. Introduction by George Novack, photo, glossary, index. Appendix, "The War and Bureaucratic Conservatism," by James Burnham.… (more)
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"The workers of America have power enough to topple the structure of capitalism at home and to lift the whole world with them when they rise," Cannon asserts. On the eve of World War II, a founder of the communist movement in the U.S. defends the program and party-building course of the Communist International in Lenin's time. Introduction by George Novack, photo, glossary, index. Appendix, "The War and Bureaucratic Conservatism," by James Burnham.

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