Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America (Draft Proposal)
From the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA
91 pp, paperback, $8.00
Written with the future in mind, for a vastly different society and government than now exists. It sets forth a basic model, and fundamental principles and guidelines, for the nature and functioning of a vastly different society and government than now exists.
Two Seminal Documents of Communist Revolution!
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (1848)
304 pp, paperback, $8.00
Revolutionary Communist Party (2008)
42 pp, paperback, $5.00
Get them together for $10
"The Communist Manifesto" was the first clarion call to liberate all of humanity from the rule of capital. It set forth the basis for revolution and the vision of a new revolutionary society without classes, oppression, and exploitation. It set in motion the whole first stage of communist revolutions, from the Paris Commune through the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in China.
"Communism: The Beginning of a New Stage" demonstrates the continued and even deepened basis for communist revolution in today’s world; it sums up the tremendous achievements, as well as the secondary shortcomings, of the first stage of this revolution, drawing the most cardinal and critical lessons from that monumental experience; it draws out the new challenges now facing the movement and it explains the key elements of Bob Avakian’s new synthesis of the science of communism, and shows the critical importance of that synthesis to the meeting of these challenges; and it analyzes the dynamics that led the communist movement to this crossroads.
DVD of an Historic Exchange-Pre-order now!
$20.00 + $5.00 shipping for 1
15% discount for 10 or more
Call for shipping costs for 2 or more
Call for rates on commercial orders
Art from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
Lincoln Cushing and Ann Tompkins
144 pp, paperback, $19.95
The Cultural Revolution in China produced thousands of powerful social and political posters exhorting the Chinese people in a sweeping transformation of Chinese society. These brilliantly colorful images of cultural celebration, industrial development, agricultural production, and revolutionary heroes were displayed in homes and public spaces across the country. Chinese Posters collects more than 150 of the most striking of these posters and offers background on their social and political context and production. An essay by Ann Tompkins provides a personal account of living in Beijing during the Cultural Revolution.