Problems of Communism

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Documentary Studies Section, International Information Administration, 1968
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Page 46 - Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression ; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Page 27 - The Imperialists and domestic reactionaries will certainly not take their defeat lying down, and they will struggle to the last ditch. After there is peace and order throughout the country, they will still engage in sabotage and create disturbances in various ways and will try every day and every minute to stage a comeback in China. This is inevitable and beyond all doubt, and under no circumstances should we relax our vigilance.
Page 120 - Problems of Communism is a bimonthly publication. Its purpose is to provide analyses and significant background information on various aspects of world communism today.
Page 33 - In conformity with the interests of the working people, and in order to strengthen the socialist system, the citizens of the USSR are guaranteed by law: a) freedom of speech; b) freedom of the press; c) freedom of assembly, including the holding of mass meetings; d) freedom of street processions and demonstrations.
Page 21 - ... movement, which is waging a struggle for socialism. This means that every Communist Party is responsible not only to its own people but also to all the socialist countries and to the entire Communist movement.
Page 21 - There is no doubt that the peoples of the socialist countries and the Communist parties have and must have freedom to determine their country's path of development. However, any decision of theirs must damage neither socialism in their own country, nor the fundamental interests of the other socialist countries, nor the worldwide workers' movement, which is waging a struggle for socialism.
Page 17 - ... then it would not take long, perhaps only several years or a decade, or several decades at most, before a counterrevolutionary restoration on a national scale inevitably occurred, the MarxistLeninist Party would undoubtedly become a revisionist party or a fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour.
Page 37 - But may it be that repeated lessons will finally teach us not to stop the writer's pen during his lifetime? At no time has this ennobled our history.
Page 37 - betrayed' my country and 'served the Germans'. That is the interpretation being put now on the eleven years I spent in camps and in exile for having criticized Stalin. This slander is being spread in secret instructions and meetings by people holding official positions. I vainly tried to stop the slander by appealing to the Board of the Writers...
Page 32 - In accordance with the interests of the working people, and in order to strengthen the socialist system, the citizens of the USSR are guaranteed by law: (a) Freedom of speech. (b) Freedom of the press. (c) Freedom of assembly and meetings. (d) Freedom of street processions and demonstrations.

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