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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 26. 1924. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/scpamp/item/2822/show/2713.

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Title Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International
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  • Young Communist International. Congress
  • Young Communist International. Executive Committee
Publisher Executive Committee of the Young Communist International
Date 1924
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  • Socialism and youth
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  • Young Communist International
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  • pamphlets
Language English
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Original Item Extent 120 pages; 20 cm
Original Item Location HX11.Y6Y68 1924
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Transcript ■MaMMJMt f 14 10. Although the Y. C. I. and its sections have made import- ent progress in this direction, the Congress must nevertheless state that the Y.C.I, today is still not a group of mass organizations, and that we have in our International, apart from the Russian League, no mass organization. This is shown by the following: The numerical relation of the Young Communist Leagues to the parties and to the great masses of the working youth is still absolutely insufficient, and sometimes negligible. Whilst the Russian League has today 30 % more members than the Party, and has already organized more than 40 % of the working-class youth in its ranks, our strongest leagues thave ^numerically not more than ten to fifteen % of the Party membership (with certain exceptions, such as the Swedish League which is stronger than the Party and the Italian which has 30 %) and only a very small section of the working youth organized in their ranks. The comparative influence of the Leagues upon the unorganized working youth is considerably smaller than the parallel influence of the Party. Whilst the Y. C. I. and the Young Communist Leagues fight actively upon the side of the Party in many important actions and stuggles, and draw the working youth into these struggles, and even lead effective actions of the working youth themselves, nevertheless, in general they have not yet become the daily and permanent leaders of the masses of the working youth in all their problems, nor the practical representatives of their interesrs. The transformation of our activity from its old social democratic territorial organizational character to that of a communist mass organization of the working youth has made great progress. It is still however insufficient. Despite the progress with the shop nuclei, our organizational form is still in general the old social democratic form. 11. In these circumstances the chief task of the Y. C. I. remains as before the conquest of the broadest masses of the' working class youth and the working youth in the country and the development of the Y. C. I. to the mass organization