Jim Dann

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Template:TOCnestleft Jim Dann...was a long-term member and leader of Progressive Labor Party.[1]

"An Open Letter to the Party Building Movement"

This open letter is signed by past and current members of the Organizing Committee for an Ideological Center (OCIC), and others in the party building movement who have had close contact with the OCIC. As a result of important recent events in the OCIC, we want to make known our urgent concerns regarding the line and practice of the Steering Committee (SC) of the OCIC and its impact on the party building movement as a whole.

Signatories included Jim Dann, SF Bay Area.

LOM Contributing editor

In 1980, contributing editors to Line of March were Tom Angotti, Fran Beal, Ralph Beitel, William Bollinger, Dale Borgeson, Jim Dann, Michael Downing, Cam Duncan, James Early, Phil Gardiner, Steve Hamilton, Fred Lass, Dan Lund, Jan Newton, Tim Patterson, Mel Rothenberg, Ann Schwartz, Albert Szymanski.[2]

Line of March

Hari Dillon, Jim Dann, John Jernegan, Victor Uno, contributed to an article Line of March May/June 1981 "The trial of the Gang of Four, and the crisis of Maoism".



  1. [https://www.marxists.org/history/erol/1960-1970/5retreats/preface.htmJim Dann and Hari Dillon The Five Retreats: A History of the Failure of the Progressive Labor Party PREFACE]
  2. LOM, Vol 1,No 2, July Aug. 1980 p 2