Maoist Internationalist Movement

Maoist Internationalist Movement

Maoist Internationalist Movement

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The Maoist Internationalist Movement (MIM) was a revolutionary communist organization based primarily in the United States. MIM claimed to adhere to a Marxist-Leninist-Maoist ideology. MIM listed a sole post office box in Ann Arbor, Michigan as their mailing address.


MIM was originally founded as the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement in 1983 from a group called RADACADS (for "RADical ACADemics") at Harvard/Radcliffe University. Before it became MIM, RADACADS worked with some of the new communist movement organizations that had formed out of the 1969 breakup of Students for a Democratic Society.

The group changed its name from Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (RIM) to Maoist Internationalist Movement (MIM) in 1984 after another Maoist organization, the Revolutionary Communist Party , adopted the name "Revolutionary Internationalist Movement" for its own international organization. In a document titled "MIM History, How It All Began", published by MIM in May 1994 on the occasion of MIM's 10th anniversary, MIM states, "The origins of MIM are inextricably bound up with the phenomenon of the RCP, USA." But at the same time they state that, "MIM's members were never members of the RCP, USA." According to the MIM statement, "Ideological, political and organizational riddles solved themselves simultaneously when a comrade close to the RCP,...
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