How to be a Good Communist
In today’s document (download linked below) Liu-Shaoqui discusses how members of a Communist Party should “cultivate and temper themselves” and “why communists must undertake self cultivation.”
Liu says “…the proletariat must conscientiously go through long periods of social revolutionary struggles and in such struggles change society and change itself.”
The linked document is the first chapter. The remainder of the book can be found on the Marxists Internet Archive.
This text is quite in demand. Let it speak for itself.
Please download and read the text via the following link:
Liu Shaoqi, How to be a good Communist, 1939 (2549 words)
Tony Buzan, Use Your Head, 1974 (4174 words)
Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Chapter 1, Paulo Freire (9382 words)