During 1930-34, the CPI proved to be much less mature in dealing with the Congress, its traditional contender for leadership in the freedom movement, than the situation and national mood demanded and so remained a peripheral force. In the period we are entering upon, this weakness was largely overcome — now it was the turn of the communists to grow apace, drawing nourishment from the national mainstream, thanks to a new UF line.
Rise of Fascism and the
Seventh Comintern Congress
The Congress And Parliamentarism
Growing Leftism in National Politics
And the UF Line
Agitprop And Party Building
During the Countdown to Second World War