The Soviet view of the negotiations prior to and at the Berlin Conference of European Communist Parties in June 1976, the document adopted there, and the tasks ahead. Throughout, "the Communists" are those of all the parties (except the Albanian), and the reader would hardly know they had any disagreements. The authors face up to the question of proletarian internationalism and face down any who would challenge their definition of it.
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