Albania Today was a political and informative review produced bi-monthly from the first issue that appeared in November/December at the end of 1971 until everything hit the fan in 1990.
For 20 years it was one way to keep up with the political developments within the country, including its relationship with the People’s Republic of China.
Although there is an emphasis on political statements and speeches there are also insights into the changes, developments and ideas existing within Albanian society during the 1970s and 1980s.
Numbers 5 and 6 for 1972 are very large files and so are reproduced here in two parts.
Problems of socialist construction in the Albanian countryside
Albania – a State free of taxes and dues
The demarcation line between Marxist-Leninists and modern revisionists cannot be liquidated
The Working Class and its World Historic Mission
The Dictatorship of the proletariat and the Fight against Bureaucracy
Treasures of Ancient Culture
Enver Hoxha‘s speech at the 7th Congress of Albanian Trade Unions
The intelligentsia and its present day role
From the history of the Albanian language
Folklore science in Albania
Right to pension – a victory for the co-operativist peasantry
Revolutionisation of teaching methods in school
The following two editions were not scanned in the most ideal of circumstances and one consequence of that is their very large size. For that reason they are presented here in two parts.
Youth – active force in the revolutionisation of the country’s life
The working class and socialist construction in the countryside
Socialist trade in the service of the people
Present day revolutionary movement and Trotskyism
The peace-loving peoples and countries reject the hegemonistic concepts of the two imperialist superpowers
The Albanian people fight, work and live happily in the Party epoch
Great victory of our national culture
State social insurance
The production and the export
Identical imperialist political concepts
Modern revisionism and religion