CPDA Group Policy 2012CPDA Group Policy 201210 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
CPDA Group Policy 2012
COMMUNIST PARTY OF DEVIANT ART REVISED GROUP POLICY.
Dear comrades of the CPDA,
Effective immediately, there are further changes to our group policy. These changes have been implemented by the Central Committee of the CPDA, and voted into Policy by the Central Executive Committee, in an effort to better serve our goals and mission.
The revised group policy is:
1. The Communist Party of deviantART is designed for numerous variants of communistic thought. Marxists and non-Marxists are welcome. Likewise, other leftists such as anarchists are welcome, and even those who are willing to learn of Communism are welcome. Wh
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