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What We Stand For

What We Stand ForGet 10 copies of "What We Stand For" for just £5 + p&p

This bite sized pamphlet serves as an effective campaigning tool to educate and inform those who express more than a passing interest in the CP, our history, policies and role in the labour movement.

Classics No. 3: Lenin on Marx

On Marx & Marxismby V I Lenin, published by the Political Committee of the Communist Party

From the Classics of Communism series. This collection of two classic essays from Lenin, Karl Marx: A Brief Biographical Sketch with an Exposition of Marxism; The Three Sources and Three Component parts of Marxism; provides some detailed insight into how Marxism developed during Marx's lifetime and provides an analysis of the essential components of Marxist theory

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Worker's of all Lands

Worker's of All Lands Issues of immigration, asylum and migrant labour have deliberately been kept at the centre of political debate by reactionary elements in the media, the main political parties and the state and by the fascist British National Party. This continual barrage has led to a widespread perception in our society – including in some sections of the working class – that Britain is being 'swamped’ by other ethnic groups and nationalities, that immigrants and migrant workers are ‘bogus’ asylum seekers who receive privileged access to our public and welfare services, and that the so-called ‘white British’ are victims of a foreign invasion.

Such one-sided and xenophobic attitudes help conceal the role playing by the capitalist state and by capital itself in creating the economic and social problems afflicting working people and their families everywhere. The acceptance of reactionary, anti-immigrant sentiments by sections of the working class in Britain is one of the biggest obstacles to the development of basic working class and political consciousness. As the Marxist party of the labour movement, therefore, the Communist Party has a particular responsibility to develop and present an analysis of these issues – one which serves the interests of the working class rather than those of monopoly capital, the right and the fascists.

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Hammer & Dove Enamel Badge

£2.50 each + p&pHammer & Dove

This enamel cast badge of the iconic hammer and dove logo - which represents the centrality and connection between the struggles for peace and socialism - was designed by Michael Boncza in the 1980s.