STATUTES AND CONDITIONS OF AFFILIATION OF THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL, As Adopted at the Second Congress, Moscow, August, 1920
London: Communist Party of Great Britain, no date [1920?]. (12) pp, stapled, in self wrappers. Staple rusty, paper tanned, edge tears, small corner chips, damp stains; small fore margin hole on last leaf; in all, a good copy of this very fragile rare pamplet, text complete and completely legible, no owner names. COPAC locates three copies (Liverpool, Oxford, NatLib Scotland). WorldCat adds Columbia (NYC). The Communist Party of Great Britain was founded in July, 1920, after the Third International decided that greater attempts should be made to establish communist parties across the world. The CPGB was formed by the merger of several smaller Marxist parties: the British Socialist Party, the Communist Unity Group of the Socialist Labour Party and the South Wales Socialist Society.
Condition: Binding: Softcover