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  • Sen Katayama Archive
    Hyndman 1913 Chinese Refugees in Japan 1914 The Japanese Manifesto 1914 The War and the Japanese 1918 The Labor Movement in Japan 1919 Japan and Soviet Russia 1922 To the Soldiers of the Japanese Army in Siberia 1922 Japan s Position in the Coming World Social Revolution 1922 Foreign Policy of Japan 1924 The Eta Movement A Strong Revolutionary Factor in the Coming Struggle for Proletarian Emancipation in Japan 1924

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  • Glossary of Organisations: Sp
    chauvinism in every way they could Lenin wrote of the activities of Karl Liebknecht in 1917 Karl Liebknecht called upon the workers and soldiers of Germany to turn their guns against their own government Karl Liebknecht did that openly from the rostrum of parliament the Reichstag He then went to a demonstration in Potsdamer Platz one of the largest public squares in Berlin with illegally printed leaflets proclaiming the slogan

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  • Glossary of People: Me
    Archive Mendis J Allan Born Ceylon Joined Lanka Sama Samaja Party Worked at Whittall Co in Colombo active in Mercantile Employees Union Member Bolshevik Leninist Party of India Madras 1944 45 Arrested in Madras sentenced to two years Rigorous Imprisonment and deported to Ceylon 1945 Active in LSSP until his death Compiled by Charles Wesley Ervin Mendis Reginald 1922 2000 Born in Moratuwa into a poor family Went to work as a small time trader in Pettah the commercial area of Colombo Joined the Lanka Sama Samaja Party during World War Two participated in the clandestine party conference in 1944 Afterwar worked for Colombo Stevedore Workers Union and later the United Port Workers Union Member LSSP Central Committee Opposed proposal to form coalition government with SLFP 1960 64 Split from LSSP 1964 founding member LSSP R 1964 Rejoined LSSP 1967 Secretary LSSP Education and Propaganda Committee Expelled from LSSP 1976 for oppositing the coalitionist line of the party Founding member Lanka Sama Samaja Party New Leadership 1977 Supported LSSP again in 1982 Later retired from politics remained an independent socialist until his death Compiled by Charles Wesley Ervin Menzhinsky Vyacheslav 1874 1934 Succeeded Felix Dzerzhinsky as head of the Soviet secret police in 1926 Merleau Ponty Maurice 1908 1961 Philosopher and literary critic and leading exponent of Phenomenology in France Merleau Ponty studied at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and took his agrégation in philosophy in 1931 He taught in a number of lycées before World War II during which he served as an army officer In 1945 he was appointed professor of philosophy at the University of Lyon and in 1949 was called to the Sorbonne in Paris In 1952 he received a chair of philosophy at the Collège de France From 1945 to 1952 he served as unofficial co editor with Jean Paul Sartre of the journal Les Temps Modernes Merleau Ponty s most important works of philosophy were The Structure of Behaviour 1942 and Phenomenology of Perception 1945 Though greatly influenced by the work of Edmund Husserl Merleau Ponty rejected his theory of the knowledge of other persons grounding his own theory in bodily behaviour and in perception He held that it is necessary to consider the organism as a whole to discover what will follow from a given set of stimuli For him perception was the source of knowledge and had to be studied before the conventional sciences Turning his attention to social and political questions in 1947 Merleau Ponty published a group of Marxist essays Humanism and Terror the most sophisticated defence of Soviet communism in the late 1940s He argued for suspended judgment of Soviet terrorism and attacked what he regarded as Western hypocrisy The Korean War disillusioned Merleau Ponty and he broke with Sartre who defended the North Koreans In 1955 Merleau Ponty published more Marxist essays The Adventures of the Dialectic This collection however indicated a change of position Marxism no longer appears as the final word on history but rather

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  • Karl Liebknecht Internet Archive
    the war His opposition was so successful that his parliamentary immunity was removed and he was improsoned Freed by the November revolution he immediately threw himself into the struggle and became with Rosa Luxemburg one of the founders of the new Communist Party KPD Along with Luxemburg he was murdered by military officers with the tacit approval of the leaders of the SPD after the suppression of the so called

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  • Introduction to August Thalheimer
    debâcle and was called to Moscow in 1924 where he worked in the Communist International apparat as well as for the Marx Engels Institute His lectures delivered at the Sun Yat Sen University in 1927 were published as a textbook in philosophy which appeared in English as Introduction to Dialectical Materialism New York 1936 and he also worked on the draft programme of the Comintern along with Bukharin Pressure from the KPD still uneasy with the leadership of Thälmann secured his return to Germany in 1928 but a year later he was expelled from the KPD along with Brandler and they went on to form the KPO or Brandlerites The Brandlerite organisation restricted most of its criticisms to the foreign policy of the Soviet Union whilst maintaining that its domestic operations were basically healthy Thalheimer insisted that We do not want to draw the conclusion that as the politics of the Comintern are wrong it must follow that the politics of Russia are also wrong GdST 4 1931 Thalheimer himself supported forced collectivisation and Stakhanovism and whilst in Barcelona became involved in a heated argument with Nin over the POUM s condemnation of the first Moscow Trial In exile in

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  • Wilhelm Pieck Archive
    MIA Stalinism Subject Archive Comintern Writers Wilhelm Pieck Archive Wilhelm Pieck 1876 1960 1936 Ernst Thaelmann Fifty Years Old 1939 At Lenin s Funeral Comintern History Archive

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  • Rudolph Hilferding Archive
    This is not by Hilferding This text refers to an article Rudolf Hilferding had published in Die Neue Zeit September 16 1905 This article Parliamentarismus und Massenstreik is available on the here Die Neue Zeit articles are available here Finance

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