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Which road for China?

ISBN 978-1-908315-08-3, 40 pages illustrated. Between August 7 and 19, a delegation of representatives from eight western European communist parties - including the CP Britain, visited China. The invitation came from the Chinese Communist Party (CPC), then celebrating the 90th anniversary of its foundation.

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BRS an introduction

BRS  an introduc 4f106a9664ca3This pamphlet published by the Morning Star provides an overview and introduction to some of the key concepts contained within the 8th Edition of the Communist Party's programme Britain's Road to Socialism. 

Featuring articles from Liz Payne (the bankruptcy of capitalism), John Foster (State-monopoly capitalism today), Mary Davis (the case for socialism), Robert Griffiths (the labour and progressive movements), Anita Wright (alternative economic and political strategy) and Gawain Little (winning state power and socialism) with a foreword by Morning Star editor Bill Benfield.

Communist Review No.61: Autumn 2011

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COVER STORY: Women, Class and the Commodification of Sex Mary Davis; 21st Century Vision Part 3 Roger Fletcher; Venezuelan CP and the Construction of Socialism International Department PCV; Crisis and the Intermediate Strata Peter Latham; Britain's Road to Socialism Debate Plus Reviews, Soul Food, Cartoons and much more.

 

Britain's Road to Socialism

ISBN 978-1-908315-05-2; 36 pages illustrated; 8th Edition; Published by the Communist Party. The new edition of Britain’s Road to Socialism, the Communist Party’s programme, adopted in July 2011; presents and analysis of capitalism and imperialism in its current form; answers the questions of how a revolutionary transformation might be bought about in 21st Century Britain; and what a socialist and communist society in Britain might look like.

The BRS was first published in 1951 after nearly six years of discussion and debate across the CP, labour movement and working class. Over its 8 editions it has sold more than a million copies in Britain and helped to shape and develop the struggle of the working class for more than half a century. Other previous editions of the BRS have been published in 1952, 1958, 1968, 1977, 1989 and 2000 as well as multiple substantially revised versions.