NATIONAL LIBERATION STRUGGLE
|National liberation wars in the present epoch: a Soviet view|
|Message to the Black Azanians||
A "power to the people" circular
|Mandela speaks to the people|
|Leaders, heroes, fighters and fathers|
|Introductory essay: the South African Communist Party, 1950 - 1994||
Introductory essay on the South African Communist Party from 1950 to 1994.
|Introductory essay: the problems of exile||
Introductory essay on the problems of exiles, including the reasons for going into exile, life experienced as an exile and unique problems of living as an exile.
|Interview: Pallo Jordan|
|Goa - S.E.A.T.O. base for war?|
|Forms and methods of struggle: the South African Democratic Revolution|
|For no other reward|
|Focus on India|
|Editorial notes: Apartheid - the end approaches|
|Editorial comment: Year of greater victories|
|Editorial comment: The dynamo of the struggle|
|Defend, consolidate and advance the Front||
An article on defend, consolidate and advance the Front which is divided in five topics such as National democratic struggle and the front approach, broadening the front, the United Democratic Front and political centre, the United Front and the state of emergency and the way forward.
|December 16, 1976: Parents' day of pledging solidarity with the students||
Circular, issued by the Soweto Students Representative Council, calling for a commemoration on 16 December 1976, of those killed in police violence and a rededication to the national liberation struggle
|Death to the national convention|
|Day of the heroic guerilla|
|Communists in National Liberation Movements: a talk dedicated to the life and work of Ruth First||
Typescript of a talk delivered by Jack Simons on Communists in National Liberation Movements.