Joseph Stalin's Thought on Organization

Daljeet Singh


Victory never comes by itself--it usualy has to be attained. Good resolutions and declarations in favour of the general line of the Party are only a beginning; they merely express the desire for victory, but not the victory itself. After the correct line has been laid down, after a correct solution of the problem has been found, success depends on how the work is organised; on the organisation of the struggle for the application of the Party line; on the proper selection of personnel; on the way a check is kept on the fulfilment of the decisions of the leading bodies. Otherwise the correct line of the Party and the correct solutions are in danger of being seriously prejudiced by overcoming the difficulties.

                They are difficulties attending our organisational work, difficulties attending our organisational leadership. They are lodged in ourselves, in our leading people, in our organisations, in the apparatus of our Party, state, economic, trade union, Young Communist League, and all other organisations.

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