We welcome the Journal of the Chinese Revolutionary Socialist Front
Written by: Nick G. on 4 April 2023
Previously, we had translated the History Project of the Republic: the history and logic of revolution and restoration, supplied by them (here).
The comrades have now formed themselves into the Revolutionary Socialist Front (RSF) and published their first Journal. It runs to several hundred pages.
We have arranged for the comrades at bannedthought.net to place the Journal, in Chinese, on their website. It obviously cannot be placed on websites within China.
We have translated the introduction to the Journal (About Us), and an article Clandestine development is currently our main line of work, which looks at the difficulties and potential for the development of revolutionary organisation under the conditions of the current dictatorship of the bourgeoisie.
We congratulate our Chinese comrades on the first edition of their Journal. It will be a great inspiration to all comrades around the world who sincerely hope for a revival of genuine Marxism-Leninism and Maoism in China.
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