Appeal Group

The Appeal Group was a small group of Marxist Leninists who broke away from the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) in 1971 on the basis that the CPGB had abandoned revolutionary Marxism-Leninism and that, after many attempts, it was impossible to change it from within except by breaking the rules. The group lasted for about five or six years. All its publications were lodged with the British Library.

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Appeal Group's Actions
... The group issued a number of pamphlets and a monthly paper, The Appeal, which ran up to five issues ... Union had a demoralising effect on the group ... and his distrust of newcomers also drove away many potential supporters, and the group dwindled and faded away ...

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