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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 65. 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/2752.

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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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  • 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 53 the Red Army. The Young Communist International and the Young Communist Leagues must carry on an enlightenment work amongst the broadest circles of the working class youth of the capitalist countries, upon the Red Army in all its phases. In connection with the humbug politics which the social patriots and pacifists in the capitalist states carry on with the demand for a militia system based upon the existing system in Switzerland and the vagueness still existing in part upon this question in our own ranks, great attention must be paid to the propaganda of the fact that the Red Army is built up upon the basis of the militia system, and to the difference between the militia system in Soviet Russia and that in the capitalist countries. The transformation of the Red Army to the militia system is a further step in the enlistment of the means of defence of the Soviet Republic in the work of economic reconsruction. It makes possible the training of the broadest masses of the people for armed defensive action with a minimum of material and time. Only the Soviet Republic can rely upon the broad masses of the workers and peasants, because to them alone is entrusted the defence of the proletarian fatherland. This proletarian class character of the militia system in Soviet Russia is the important difference between it and the militia system in the capitalist states. In the capitalist countries this system in its class character cannot be distinguished from the existing armies. For it gives the weapons to the bourgeoisie and removes them from the proletariat. The introduction of the militia system in Soviet Russia cannot be considered in any way as a representation or a support of the social-democratic and bourgeois liberal demand for the militia in capitalist countries. This is otherwise with the demonstrative demand for the "workers and peasants militia" which is put forward by the Communist Party in Sweden and which is actually synominous with the demand for the Red Army. The introduction of the militia system in Soviet Russia has also another meaning. It is a step of the Soviet Government on the way to disarmament. The meaning of this step and the disarmament policy of the Soviet Federation in general which demonstrates the honest wish of the proletarian state to disarm,