SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNIST PARTY

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Statement protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws

Statement by Dr Y M Dadoo published in "The Guardian" on May 22, 1952, protesting against first bannings under Suppression of Communism Act and calling for defiance of unjust laws

Why the United Front failed: Disruptive role of the PAC

Why the United Front failed: Disruptive role of the PAC, by Dr Y M Dadoo, article published in New Age, March 29, 1962. Articles gives reasons for the failure of the 'United Front', citing the PAC 'attack' on the ANC and its leaders

Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union

Article by Michael Harmel in "New Age" - 'Collective Leadership in the Soviet Union'. Discusses Stalin's role in the Soviet Union

Two messages
South African Communist Party Central Committee: Statements and resolutions
Documents: South African Communists on Vietnam
Dear Comrade Fischer
Message from the South African Communist Party to the 23rd Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Message from the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party to the Government and People of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
Documents
The "Fischer" trial
Documents: Communique of joint meeting of Communist Party of Great Britain and South African Communist Party
Zimbabwe: a statement by the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party
Strive for world communist unity: A state by the Central Committee of the South African Communist Party
Editorial notes: Hitting back
The road to South African freedom: Programme of the South African Communist Party
The theory of the South African revolution
Reflections on reading the draft programme
African Communist, 1959 - 1994

The SACP did not publicly announce its existence until the state of emergency was declared by the government after the police massacres of Sharpeville and Langa in 1960.

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