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Session 7. Discussion of Executive Committee Report (12 November)

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This chapter presents the multifaceted proceedings of the discussion of the report of the Executive Committee of the Communist International's (ECCI) Fourth Congress held on 12th November 1922. In the discussion, Marshall takes up Comrade Carr's remarks. He says that Comrade Carr has fallen into the error previously criticised by Comrade Bukharin, by limiting himself only to the internal issues facing the Communist Party of the United States. Sullivan says that the candidature of Meyer London, the social patriot, should be supported. Otherwise the Communist movement in the United States would collapse. Finally, Zinoviev deals somewhat more fully with the matter of the workers' government.

Keywords:Communist Party; ECCI; Fourth Congress; Marshall; Sullivan; Zinoviev



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