MARXIST INTERNET ARCHIVE | Other Documents

Communist Party of China

THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT
OF THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
THE LEADERSHIP OF THE CPSU
AND OURSELVES

 

Comment on the Open Letter of
the Central Committee
of the CPSU
by the Editorial Departments of Renmin Ribao
(People's Daily ) and Hongqi (Red Flag )


(September 6, 1963)


From the collection
 
The Polemic on the General Line of the
 International Communist Movement

FOREIGN LANGUAGES PRESS
PEKING 1965

pp. 55-114.


Prepared © for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, djr@cruzio.com (February 1998)

    [Transcriber's Note: In the printed edition, quoted passages of any length appear in the same
    size type, but are indented as a block. In the following on-line version, these passages are NOT indented as a block, but appear in a smaller point font.-- DJR
    ]


 

C O N T E N T S

 

THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIFFERENCES BE-
 TWEEN THE LEADERSHIP OF THE CPSU AND OURSELVES

  

Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the
CPSU

  (September 6 , 1963 )


55


 THE DIFFERENCES BEGAN WITH THE 20TH CONGRESS OF
    THE CPSU
 THE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES OF THE 20TH CONGRESS OF
    THE CPSU
 THE 1957 MOSCOW MEETING OF FRATERNAL PARTIES
 THE GROWTH OF THE REVISIONISM OF THE CPSU LEADER-
    SHIP
 THE SURPRISE ASSAULT ON THE CPC BY THE LEADERSHIP
    OF THE CPSU
 THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE TWO LINES AT THE 1960
    MEETING OF FRATERNAL PARTIES
 THE REVISIONISM OF THE CPSU LEADERSHIP BECOMES
    SYSTEMATIZED
 AN ADVERSE CURRENT THAT IS OPPOSED TO MARXISM-
    LENINISM AND IS SPLITTING THE INTERNATIONAL
    COMMUNIST MOVEMENT
 WHAT HAVE THE FACTS OF THE PAST SEVEN YEARS
    DEMONSTRATED?


59
 
67
70
 
75
 
79
 
83
 
89
 
 
93
 
99


Appendix I
 Outline of Views on the Question of Peaceful Transition
    (November 10, 1957 )
Appendix II
 Statement of the Delegation of the Communist Party of
    China at the Bucharest Meeting of Fraternal Parties
    (June 26, 1960 )
Appendix III
 The Five Proposals for Settlement of the Differences
    and Attainment of Unity Contained in the Letter of the
    Central Committee of the CPC in Reply to the Letter of
    Information of the Central Committee of the CPSU
    (September 10, 1960 )
 


 
105
 
 
 
109
 
 
 
 
 
113