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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 64. 1924. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 29, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/scpamp/item/2822/show/2751.

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Title Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International
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  • Young Communist International. Executive Committee
Publisher Executive Committee of the Young Communist International
Date 1924
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Transcript 52 garded as a general appeal not to accept military service and therefore an uncommunist slogan. 5) The Young Communist International and the Young Communist Leagues, in close connection with the Party and parrallel with the struggle against bourgeois militarism and the danger of new imperialist wars must carry on a special agitation, propaganda, and education for the inevitability of the civil war, the necessity for military preparation and the arming of the proletariat and the right to defend the proletarian revolution by force of arms, that is to say the creation of the armed proletarian power, the Red Army. When the measures for military preparation do not in practice come together with the Bolshevik anti-militarist work, then each young communist must understand the close connection between these two fields of work. Only when the revolutionary work in the army is carried on as the most important practical form of the communist struggle against bourgeois militarism and the danger of war, that is to say when it is carried on with the clear knowledge that it is not simply an "anti-militarist" work, but that it is the concrete means for the preparation of the civil war and the proletarian revolution, will the borderline between the Communist-Leninist struggle against bourgeois militarism and the danger of new imperialist wars and the so cial democratic pacifist and anarcho-syndicalist policies, which actually further the cause of imperialism, be made absolutely clear. In order to emphasize this constantly in the international life of the organization, the work should not be refered to simply as "anti-militarist" work, but as "bolshevist anti-militarist work". The agitation propaganda and educational work for the civil war, the military preparations, the arming of the proletariat and the creation of the Red Army must not be carried through in an abstract manner, but must in all connections, content and form be connected up to the concrete conditions in each country and on the other hand the rich examples of the Russian proletarian revolution must be drawn upon for a popular presentation of the question. Particular attention must be directed to the popularisation of