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'''League of Revolutionary Struggle''' dissolved in the [[Socialist Organizing Network]] in 1990.
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'''League of Revolutionary Struggle''' dissolved into the [[Socialist Organizing Network]] in 1990.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 22:33, 17 July 2016


League of Revolutionary Struggle dissolved into the Socialist Organizing Network in 1990.

History

The League of Revolutionary Struggle was founded in 1978 and was the result of the merging of six Marxist-Leninist organizations: August 29th Movement, I Wor Kuen, Revolutionary Communist League, East Wind Organization, Seize the Time Collective, and New York Collective. Those organizations in turn trace their roots to the Congress of Afrikan People, La Raza Unida Party and other oppressed nationality organizations of the 1960’s.

Forward

In the early 1980s Anne Adams, Carl Davidson and Michael Lee were co-editors of Forward, the magazine of the League of Revolutionary Struggle.

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