PART VI : Role of CPI on Worker, Peasant and other fronts (Early ’20s-1939)

While formulating its general political line for different periods in history (as discussed in Parts II to V), the CPI also sought to develop specific policies for particular fields of work. Whereas it played a consistently active and often commendable role in the working class movement, on the crucial peasant front it began to pay serious attention only towards the end of the period. The communist movement did provide a great impetus to the development of cultural and youth movements, but as regards developing the Party’s cultural, youth and other wings, only the ground work had been done in our period, that is the formative years of the CPI.

CPI Leads Workers’ Struggle

The Neglected Peasant Movement

CPI on Other Fronts