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Diary Analysis of my exile December 1922 I would urge strongly that at this congress a number of changes be made in out political structure I want to tell you of the considerations to which I attach most importance At the head of the list I set an increase in the number of Central Committee members to a few dozen or even a hundred It is my opinion that without this reform our Central Committee would be in great danger if the course of events were not quite favourable for us and that is something we cannot count upon Then I intend to propose that the congress should on certain conditions invest the decisions of the State Planning Commission with legislative force meeting in this respect the wishes of Comrade Trotsky - to a certain extent and on certain conditions As for the first point ie increasing the number of CC members I think it must be done in order to raise the prestige of the CC to do a thorough job of improving our administrative machinery and to prevent conflicts between small sections of the CC from acquiring excessive importance for the future of the party It seems to me that our party has every right to demand from the working class fifty to one hundred CC members and that it could get them from it without unduly taxing the resources of that class Such a reform would considerably increase the stability of our party and ease its struggle in the encirclement of hostile states which in my opinion is likely to and must become much more acute in the next few years I think that the stability of our party would gain a thousandfold by such a measure By stability of the CC of which I spoke above I mean measures against a split as far as
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