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Canadian Labour Congress to elect first woman president

TORONTO — The AFL-CIO may see an all-woman race to succeed President Richard Trumka if – or when – he steps down, but the Canadian Labour Congress will probably beat them to it. That’s because the only candidate so far to succeed Hassan Yusseff, who has reached that presidential post’s...

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Review: “To The Promised Land,” King’s fight for economic justice

As we near the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Holiday we would do well to reassess the role that economic justice played in the 1960s civil rights movements, especially for African Americans.  Dr. King said in 1967, “It is the black man who to a large extent produced the wealth...

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socialism in usa

Socialism is a common-sense path to a fairer, more prosperous and more democratic USA. Socialism is also a desperate necessity as capitalism and its unrelenting drive for profits threaten to make our planet uninhabitable. Working families in America – the 99% - between us create all the products and services that make our country the richest nation in the history of humankind. It doesn’t make sense that these collectively produced resources are owned and controlled by a tiny handful of billionaires. The fight for socialism is a dynamic process to fulfill the vision of a future of peace, justice and fairness for our nation and our world.

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BY: Communist Party USA| January 10, 2020

  Despite the challenges of working for socialism, peace, and social justice in the world's leading imperialist power, the Communist Party USA has played a dynamic role for 100 years in the growth and struggles of our country's labor movement. This installment of the Marxist Classes is presented by Carl Wood, retired  journeyman electrician and labor activist. Image: 1936 Flint sit-down strike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcrkY34hkkY

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BY: Maicol David Lynch| January 07, 2020

  The 20th General Assembly of the World Federation of Democratic Youth took place December 2–6, 2019. The location in Cyprus was selected based on the ability of EDON (the young communist league of AKEL) on the island to host such an event. Cyprus gained its independence from Britain in 1960 and experienced an invasion and occupation by Turkey of the northern half of the island which began in 1974 and continues to this day. We were unable to fly into the capital city of Nicosia due to the unlawful and unrecognized control of the Nicosia airport by the Turkish...

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Speeches
BY: Cameron Orr| January 06, 2020

  Three separate actions were held in various parts of New York City over the weekend opposing Trump’s criminal war aggressions against Iran. On the evening of January 3rd, activists with the Democratic Socialists of America gathered in Brooklyn at Prospect Park, voicing their objections to the war. The next morning, activists from Veterans For Peace, Brooklyn for Peace, US Labor Against the War, CODEPINK, the New York State Communist Party, and others rallied together in Times Square, and marched down to Herald Square where they conducted a speak out in front of the Macy’s building. One young Argentinian activist...

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Have a question about CPUSA and our stance on issues? Our CPUSA experts are standing by to give you an answer!

  • Q
    I am writing to you, knowing that you will probably delete this email instantly, to express my opinions and ideas on communism. In a picture from your website, here, you portray two young boys, one with a sign saying “Youngsters need a future too”, and the other saying “Pro young future”....
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    Hi Braden, Before I get to your allegations of censorship, I want to clear up a couple of misconceptions. First, we do not seek to rule a single-party state.  Socialism in the United States will almost certainly involve multiple parties, sharing a basic vision of society even though they differ on how to best implement those principles (just as most Democrats and Republicans basically agree on capitalism).  Second, socialism doesn't mean that everyone makes the same amount of money.  It means that the working class, which includes everyone from fast food workers to doctors and engineers, will receive the full value that its labor produces. Since we'll no longer have to hand over half of the value we produce to...
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