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Challenge is the name of organisational publications of two separate known communist groups. The first is a magazine periodical produced by the Young Communist League, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Great Britain. The first issue came out in March 1935. The aim of the journal is, according to the YCL, to cover Challenge continues as the journal of the Communist Party of Britain, which split from the CPGB in 1988.

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  • Challenge is the name of organisational publications of two separate known communist groups. The first is a magazine periodical produced by the Young Communist League, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Great Britain. The first issue came out in March 1935. The aim of the journal is, according to the YCL, to cover Challenge continues as the journal of the Communist Party of Britain, which split from the CPGB in 1988.
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  • Challenge is the name of organisational publications of two separate known communist groups. The first is a magazine periodical produced by the Young Communist League, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Great Britain. The first issue came out in March 1935. The aim of the journal is, according to the YCL, to cover all the latest news and views of the YCL, as well as articles covering important international developments, working-class history, culture, different campaigns and struggles taking place in Britain and the rest of the world, as well as regular features such as the Back 2 Basics series (Marxist concepts made easy), the Industrial Diary, and Uncle Joe's Book at Bedtime (a review of some classic Marxist texts). Challenge continues as the journal of the Communist Party of Britain, which split from the CPGB in 1988. The other "Challenge" is the bi-weekly newspaper of the Progressive Labor Party, a transnational communist party based primarily in the United States (but also having several smaller branches in various places in Latin and South America, and laying claim to several very small cells in other select places around the world). Due to its rather large Spanish language readership, the PLP also produces parallel issues in Spanish (Desafio). Neither publication is to be confused with the historical Challenge which was, in its day, a primary publication of the Young People's Socialist League back when it was associated with the Socialist Party of America (YPSL is now politically and organisationally separate from the SPA).
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