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Rote Presse Korrespondenz magazine, 2nd. year, No.91, 1970. The Red Press Correspondence (RPK) was a weekly newspaper in West Berlin of the extra-parliamentary groups, which, in contrast to Moscow-oriented groups, saw themselves as “anti-revisionist”. In the course of its development, it mutated into the organ of the Maoist-oriented KSV (Communist Student Union).
The Red Press Correspondence was created as a free and independent newspaper in the period 1968/69, after the Socialist German Student Union (SDS) was formally dissolved and the remaining cadres gathered in various groups, such as in Frankfurt/M. in the “Red March Faction” or there also in the “Republican Aid”. It was initially a protest newspaper of the extra-parliamentary opposition against authoritarian rule and neo-imperialist politics in the Third World.
The magazine was discontinued in 1975. From the end of 1975 to the beginning of 1977 the “Rote Fahne-Pressedienst” was published as a sequel.