Revolution #236, June 19, 2011

Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund (PRLF) has received a generous donation of $1,000, and is calling on you to dig deeply and encourage your friends to do the same. Donate as generously as you can, including to match this contribution, and help PRLF raise $6,000 by June 23. Your contributions will allow prisoners to receive BAsics, from the talks and writings of Bob Avakian, and Revolution newspaper.

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"I did in fact receive it [BAsics] and have read and reread it…I found it both enlightening and inspiring and very useful in lacing newcomers up to the principles of your movement. A lot of people have a hard time getting around difficult concepts, or we have a hard time grasping their attention concerning political realities. This book of short quotes and sayings is easily read and understood. It contains a lot of wisdom in short brief paragraphs. It’s easy to read a small amount and meditate on the concept all day long.”

Prisoner in Texas

"First, I want to thank you for the copy of BAsics… Please thank the donors who made it possible for me to receive BAsics and Revolution. These publications have had a great impact on my political thinking. I have been a radical from a very young age, but Bob Avakian’s writings have solidified my beliefs and given me a solid foundation. Thank you once again for all you do for me and for all the prisoners you help.”

Prisoner in Midwest

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