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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 43. 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/2730.

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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
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Socialism and youth
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  • Young Communist International
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  • pamphlets
Language English
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  • Text
Original Item Extent 120 pages; 20 cm
Original Item Location HX11.Y6Y68 1924
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Transcript The Economic Trade-Union Struggle of the Young Communist Leagues. i. Situation of the Trade-Union Struggle. 1) The Second Congress made the fundamental decisions for the trade-union economic struggle. The Third Congress presented a practical program of the struggle. The Fourth Bureau Session made this program concrete and underlined once again the most important tasks of the Y. C. L. 's. The Fourth Congress emphatically repeats that the decisions of the previous congresses and the Bureau Session were correct and that in particular the perspective of the Bureau Session of a strengthening of the offensive of capital has been proved correct. 2) The past period showed us not merely an increase of the pauperization of the proletariat in general, but above all it showed us that the situation of the young workers in comparison with that of the whole proletariat had become still worse so that spontaneous strikes of apprentices and young workers have repeatedly come about in various countries. 3) Despite all these facts and the important progress which has been made in the trade-union economic work, sufficient attention is not even now paid to this work and it does not take sufficient space in the activity of the League. In most countries the activity of the Leagues in this respect limits itself still to a rather general propaganda by word and in the press. Only very few of the Leagues carry on a regular and active trade-union economic activity in the sense that they take an active part in all questions and struggles of the working class and represent the interests of the working class youth in these struggles and in the sense that they carry on a serious struggle for concrete demands.