Ikwezi 1975 - 1979 PDF Print
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Publisher Ikwezi, Nottingham, England
Date 1975 - 1979
Resource type Journals
Language English
Keywords TOPIC 464
MARXISM
SOCIALISM
PUBLICATIONS
Coverage SOUTH AFRICA
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Extent 21 issues
Description Ikwezi, a Xhosa word meaning "rising star", was a Marxist-Leninist journal devoted to proletarian socialist revolution in Southern Africa, published in England by "a group of South African and Southern African revolutionaries with long histories of devotion to the struggle for freedom in Southern Africa". Ikwezi claimed to work within the mainstream liberation movements while aiming to help the process of building a Marxist-Leninist Party based on the Chinese model of revolution and the writings of Mao-Tse-Tung. The struggle was seen as both a national and a class struggle against colonial and imperial domination. Ikwezi took a firm stand against Russian social-imperialism regarding it as being the greater danger compared to American imperialism.
Issues 1975 November Volume 1 No 1
1976 March Volume 2 No 1
1976 August Volume 2 No 3
1976 December Volume 2 No 4
1977 April Number 5
1977 August Number 6
1977 December Number 7
1978 March Number 8
1978 June Number 9
1978 December Number 10
1979 March Number 11
1979 June Number 12
1979 October Number 13
1980 March Number 14
1980 October Number 15
1981 March Number 16
1981 June Number 17
1981 October Number 18
1982 March Number 19
1982 July Number 20
1982 October Number 21
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