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Women's Equality Conference March 24, 2001 Opening Report

We want to very briefly review the foundation from which we start by considering the ideas of Marx, Engels, and Lenin on the question of women’s equality. We want to take a look at the most current statistical data available on working class and poor women in the United States today. We want to take a brief look at the work of the party the in the area of women....

BY:Dee Miles|October 09, 2001
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Report from the Structure and Organization Committee

Most comrades have responded really well to changes and have been responsive to the idea that we need to take a fresh look at how we do things. So our committee was not starting from scratch. Our work is part of an ongoing discussion that has been in motion with the transition for over a year now. The process should and will continue even after the National Convention.

BY:Evelina Alarcon|October 09, 2001
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New Setting of the Class Struggle and Industrial Concentration

We are dealing with the largest working class in our history. Not counting farm labor, figures that I was not able to come up with, there are roughly 130 million workers in the U.S. economy today. If you add in the unemployed, who are very much part of the working class, then the figure is probably closer to 135 million. For comparison, in 1948 there were a little more than...

October 09, 2001
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Keynote Address, 27th CPUSA National Convention

A Convention is a crowning moment in the life of a Communist Party. It is the highest deliberative and decision-making body in our Party's structure. Unlike the conventions of the Democratic and Republican parties, our Convention doesn't aim to showcase a few leaders, but rather to be a model of working-class democracy, of thoughtful and comradely discussion, and of democratic decision-making.

BY:Sam Webb|October 08, 2001
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The Workers' Party of Ireland

We are writing to express our deep sorrow at the recent terrorist acts perpetrated against US workers and their families. The Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Ireland, on behalf of the entire membership of the party, expresses condolences to the families of the deceased and offers sympathy to the injured and their families.

Yet Peace and Justice Must Prevail

Terrorism is morally and politically reprehensible. Under no circumstances can it be justified. Its only outcome is to strengthen the forces of political reaction, racism, and militarism in our own country as well as abroad.

October 06, 2001
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The Looming War Danger

In that horrific instant on September 11th, the potential of a wider war spread over our country and the world's horizon. Indeed, in the wake of the terrorist attack, the struggle for peace and against the danger of war has become the overarching issue of our time and a precondition to eliminating terrorism in all of its forms. No issue at this moment and for the foreseeable future looms larger.

October 06, 2001
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Action Alert for Peace and Economic Justice #1

ACTION ALERT for Peace and Economic Justice #1 September 30, 2001

Discussion on Strategy and Tactics

For now all of us should bear in mind the following: our party has always adjusted its concepts of struggle - strategic and tactical - to the shifting contours of political and economic developments. We in this room are not pioneers in this sense.

September 26, 2001
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We mourn our dead - We stand for peace

The terrorist attack on Sept. 11 has shaken all of us. Few things will be the same. A sea change has occurred in our nation's life.

September 26, 2001
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