Below you will find the links to readings that we study as part of our organizing. We uphold the words of Vladimir Lenin, that “without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement” and therefore make an effort to study theoretical works that have contributed to successful revolutionary movements. We also understand that revolutionary theory comes from the practice of organizing towards the revolution and we work to synthesize our organizing experiences into better theoretical understanding of the struggle. We break our study course into basic works that give a good introduction to Marxism, understanding of the world we live in and how to struggle to make it a better place; and an advanced course to keep improving the understanding of these things.

1. The Principles of Communism – Friedrich Engels, 1847
2. The Mass Line and Student Organizing – A document produced by the MER-RSM Coordinating Committee
3. What is Canada? – A document produced by the PCR-RCP
4. How Can Socialism Ensure the Full Liberation of Women? – Joan Hinton, 1997
5. Combat Liberalism – Mao Zedong, 1937
6. Where do Correct Ideas Come From? – Mao Zedong, 1963
7. Criticism and Self-criticism – Quotations from Mao Zedong
8. The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism – V.I. Lenin, 1913
9. The State and Revolution, Chapter 1 – V.I. Lenin, 1918
10. Limits of the Current Student – Political Document from the Second Pan-Canadian Conference of Revolutionary Youth and Students, August 2013