Revolution, Yes! Right Liquidationism, No!: Series of Letters Sent to the Headquarters of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
This book is a thorough exposition, analysis, and refutation of the political line that saw the Nepali Maoist party give up the Peoples War, give up the base areas, give up the Peoples Liberation Army, and surrender all of their revolutionary demands to join the electoral parliamentary system. Nine years since the peace process, the Nepali Maoists have split into two, three and more factions, and are confused and divided amongst themselves.
The Nepali Maoists fought a ten year Peoples Wars, and claimed at one time to control 80% of the territory of Nepal; however, about a decade since the end of the peace process, it is obvious that they have lost all they gained – their movement has liquidated itself. The blame for this cannot ultimately be placed on their enemies, but on the leadership itself and the political line that led to their defeat.