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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 62. 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/2749.

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(1924). Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 62. Socialist and Communist Pamphlets. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/scpamp/item/2822/show/2749

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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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Original Item Extent 120 pages; 20 cm
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Transcript 50 revolutionary action of the working masses and the soldiers inside the barracks. Apart from this the decision for the setting up of such a demand may only be taken after an understanding between the Communist Party and the Young Communist League on the one hand and the E. C. of the C. I. and the E. C. of the Y. C. I. on the other hand. Partial demands pure and simple must simply, as a whole series of experiences and examples have proved, develop into a banal reformist policy. The Y. C. I. and theYoung Communist Leagues must fight against this danger, above all thru an energetic struggle against the remains of the social democratic pacifist ideas within the ranks of the movement itself. 4) This struggle must be supported by an energetic and constant criticism of the theoretical and practical attitude of the opponents, particularly the social patriots and anarcho-syndicalists, to the question of bourgeois militarism and the danger of war. The ground basis for the struggle against social democracy must be the treason of the Second International to the revolutionary decisions of the Stuttgart (1907) and the Basel (1912) Conferences, its war policy which has proved the objective imperialist character of the Social Democratic Parties, its after-war policy which led to its development into a wing of the i taction and fascism, its national and international proclamations on the question of militarism and the war danger and its permission of the defence of the capitalist Fatherland (Hague World Peace C ngress, Hamburg Unity Conference of the Social Democratic Youth Internationals, Congress of the Amsterdam Trade Union International in Vienna, Congress of the Labor Party 1923, Joint Congress of the French Socialists and the Social Democratic Party of Germany). The real meaning of the alliance of the social-democracy with pacifism and its pacifist policy, and similarly its apparently radical but unrealizable slogans must be made clear to the broad masses of the working class youth. The international social democracy wishes to create illusions so that in the new imperialist war it may struggle against them and so prepare the ground for further treason. And on the other hand, under the