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Kasama Press:

Kasama Articles: On the Maobadi and the Crisis in Nepal

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Kasama Project
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
56 pages Saddle-stitched
communism, communist, J.B. Conners, Kasama, mao, maoism, Mike Ely, nando, nepal, prachanda

If you want a crash study in the controversies the revolution in Nepal….. read this. And share it with others.

Far too few people in the world know about the communist revolution in Nepal — the promise it holds and the danger it is in. And, remarkably, a sharp struggle has broken out among those who do know about it — among the communists and Maoists of the world. And that struggle (strangely enough, sadly enough) has focused on whether or not to denounce the Maoists of Nepal (for wandering too far and too creatively from certain cherished formulaic precepts).

In a previous pamphlet, we gave great space to arguments denouncing the Maobadi as “revisionist” — as we reprinted the exchange of letters between the RCP,USA and the UCPN(M).

By contrast, this new pamphlet is sharply about extending internationalist political support for the revolutionary people in Nepal — and opposing a sterile, influential dogmatism that has gotten in the way.

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