Ten Public Resolutions Adopted by the National Conference of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Chile (1977)

1946-1989, Date, Defining the Enemy, Imperialism, Privatization, Subjectives of Refusal, The Bourgeoisie, Workers

In 1973, a military coup forcefully removed democratically elected President Salvador Allende, replacing him with military dictator Augosto Pinochet. Under his military all left-wing movements were repressed and ended the 40 year reputation Chile had for upholding democratic elections. Pinochet was supporting by United States President, Nixon, and his rise to power was supported by the CIA. In this document, the Revolutionary Communist Party of Chile, which was founded in 1966 when it was kicked out of the Communist Party of Chile, outlined their ten new resolutions.

USA Communist Party: A Manual on Organization (1935)

1840-1945, Date, Defining the Enemy, Disruptive Spaces, Privatization, Strike, Subjectives of Refusal, Tactics of Disruption, The Bourgeoisie, The Workplace, Workers

In 1935, The Communist Party of the USA published “A Manuagl on Organization”. The document was divided by it’s preface, chapter 1 regarding party fundamentals, chapter 2 on basic principles of the party’s organization, chapter 3 on the party’s structure and function, chapter 4 outlining party membership, and chapter 5 discussed the rules for the potential of party disciplinary cases. The Communist Party of The United States was founded in 1919 and currently has its headquarters in New York City.