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Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties

O.W Kuusinen

Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties

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by O.W Kuusinen

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Published by Workers Library in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby O. Kuusinen.
ContributionsCommunist International. Executive Committee. Plenum,
The Physical Object
Pagination95p. ;
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18616072M

See Extract from 13th Enlarged Executive of the Communist International (ecci) Plenum (held in December ) on “Fascism, the War Danger, and the Tasks of the Communist Parties,” reprinted in International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus, edited by Roger Griffin (New York: Oxford University Press, ), 59; Leon Trotsky. Communist International. Executive Committee. Theses and decisions. Kuusinen, O. Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties.

In face of the towering menace of fascism to the working class and all the gains it has made, to all toilers and their elementary rights, to the peace and liberty of the peoples, the Seventh Congress of the Communist International declares that at the present historical stage it is the main and immediate task of the international labor movement.   Essay on Communism and Fascism. Decem According to Eric Hobsbawm in his book Age of Extremes he says “The rise of the radical Right after the First World War was undoubtedly a response to the danger, indeed to the reality, of social revolution and working-class power in general, to the October Revolution and Leninism in.

Fascism, the Danger of War and the Tasks of the Communist Parties, Report by O.W. Kuusinen (Moscow: Co-Operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the USSR, (). Fighting Back: The Politics of the Unemployed in Victoria in the Great Depression (Carlton South:Author: Robert Bozinovski. Piotrus: It does look like "antifa" groups are only part of the slate of wider anti-fascist movements, if only because there are antifascist groups like Anti-Fascist Action that were not called "antifa". As such, "antifa movements" is problematic. The "Post-World War II" bit is there to distinguish from anti-fascism.


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Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties. New York City, Workers Library Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: O W Kuusinen; Communist International. Executive Committee.

of the maturing of the revolutionary crisis, of fascism and war is stipulated by the extremely rapid shiftings in the correlation of class forces. Fascism, if it does not receive an adequate repulse from the toilers, will grow over into imperialist war, and imperialist war, if it is not converted into a victorious proletarian revolution, breeds.

Fascism: the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties: reportAuthor: O. (Otto Wille) Kuusinen. I first heard of George Dimitrov (), the Bulgarian Communist leader, in The news that Dimitrov had been arrested by the Nazis and charged with setting fire to the Reichstag, the building of the German parliament, was blazoned across the pages of the press.

Fascism comes to power as a party of attack on the revolutionary movement of the proletariat, on the mass of the people who are in a state of unrest; yet it stages its accession to power as a "revolutionary" movement against the bourgeoisie on behalf of "the whole nation" and for the "salvation" of the nation.

Il Duce was then shot by a Communist partisan, Walter Audisio. Fascism had already been defeated by a combination of unrest from below and the Allied invasion of Italy. This was its coup de grâce. At the end of the war, the PCI emerged with. Communist Party, U.S.A Fascism. the Danger ofWar and the Tasks of the Communist Parties Report byO.

Kuusinen The Communist Parties in the Fight for the Masses Speech by O. Piatnitsky We Are Fighting For a Soviet Germany Report by William Pieck, Secretary oftheCommu1eist Party ofGeNtla.y Revolutionary Crisis, Fascism and WarFile Size: 6MB.

The First Congress did not elect an Executive Committee; it was to consist of delegates from the Communist Parties of Russia, Germany, Austria, Hungary, the Balkan Federation, Switzerrland, and Scandinavia. The Communist Labor Party of America applied for Comintern membership on September The gathering adopted a series of resolutions on black workers and the labor movement, the struggle against forced labor, in opposition to the British Labour goverrnment, on black workers and the war danger, against lynching, and in favor of international solidarity of the black working class.

The policy of the People's Front of struggle against fascism and war, proclaimed by the Seventh Congress of the Communist International, has aroused a mighty echo among the working masses of.

Accordingly, Trotsky assigns a fair proportion of the blame for the rise of fascism in Europe to the leaders of the Communist parties, the Comintern, and the leaders of the social democratic parties who betrayed the workers' revolutions in Germany, France, Spain, and by: 8.

the soviet union and germany announce that in the event of a war neither side would invade each other's territory and divide poland and allow the soviets to annex the baltic republics. A good set of strategies for countries with emerging fascist movement, and a clear exposition of the approach of the united front (in contrast with the previous theory of social fascism).

Only thing missing is a theoretical analysis of fascism: where it comes from, who it lures and how it develops/5. In his attempts to awaken the German Communist Party and the Communist International (Comintern) to the mortal danger and to rally a united-front against Nazism, Trotsky made a point-by-point critique of the policies of the social-democratic and Stalinist parties/5(44).

-- The chief arguments of the opponents of the united front -- The united front program at the present stage -- The working class must achieve trade union unity -- The youth must be united -- Women must be drawn into the fight -- The people\'s front against fascism and war -.

fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties. forward in struggle against hunger, fascism, and war. tasks of our party for winning the majority of the working class. the new and the old deal.

Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties; report by O. W Kuusinen (Book) 13 editions published between and in English. The united front against fascism and war: the fascist offensive and the tasks of the Communist International in the fight for the unity of the working class against fascism: report.

[Georgi Dimitrov; Communist International. Communist International. Executive Committee. Theses and decisions. --Kuusinen, O. Fascism, the danger of war and the tasks of the communist parties. --Piatnitsky, O. The communist parties in the fight for the masses. --Manuilsky, D.Z.

Revolutionary crisis, fascism and war. Communists and the Inter-War Anti-Fascist Struggle in the United States and Britain Nigel Copsey Teesside University, UK This article offers a comparison of the Communist anti-fascist experience in the United States and Britain in the inter-war period.

The focus is on opposition to domestic fascism and the comparison extends across three. Communism (from Latin communis, "common, universal") is a philosophical, social, political, economic ideology and movement whose ultimate goal is the establishment of a communist society, namely a socioeconomic order structured upon the ideas of common ownership of the means of production and the absence of social classes, money and the state.

Communism includes a variety of schools of. But we also know—we also learned, from those same struggles—that we can’t win without communist parties at the core of the fight. The parties of capitalist democracy may not realize it, but they cannot beat fascism without us, any more than they could beat Hitler and smash the Axis powers without us.Conventionally, the starting point of socialist and communist resistance to fascism in Europe and the creation of a European ‘culture of anti-fascism’ is dated to the s in the context of the establishment of the Third Reich in and the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in Cited by: 1.