Comment: Key word is "openly" Stalinist.

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Key word is "openly" Stalinist.

I see nothing OPENLY Stalinist in any of their presentation online.

I think you might be openly paranoid.

For the longest time, until 1989 the CPUSA was funded by Moscow. Stalin had purged Trotsky entirely from the Soviet Communist Party (even having revolutionary paintings containing Trotsky repainted, with Trotsky taken out and Stalin painted in) as he did to Lenin except as a figurehead.

So it shouldn't be surprising that the library of works had mostly writings by Stalin.

But what we today consider to be Stalinistic is VERY repressive regimes including N.Korea under Kim Jong il. The CPUSA does not OPENLY advocate such repression.

And their headquarters is in New York.