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Racism Hurts All

A Call for a New Movement for Civil Rights and Workers' Right in 2014    

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Federal battles are a showdown over democracy

This is an excerpt of National Char Sam Webb's remarks to the meeting of the party's National Committee, November 16-17, 2013. That meeting announced the Party's 30th National Convention will be held in Chicago, June 13-15, 2014. The part of Webb's remarks pertaining to the Convention Discusion will be published seperately in the lead up to the Convention Discussion, starting Feb 1, 2014.

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CPUSA at Communist gathering: For a transformative party & movement

Contribution from the Communist Party USA to the International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties, Nov. 8-10, 2013, Lisbon, Portugal

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Govt Shutdown: a very American coup

*Reprinted from People's World[http://http://peoplesworld.org/shutdown-new-phase-in-a-very-american-coup/]*

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Communist Party USA an introduction: our policy, history and how we work

The Communist Party USA is holding a series of sessions to introduce new and prospective members to our policy, history, day-to-day work and our structure and decision making process. Audio recordings of each session will be posted as they occur.

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On the 40th Anniversary of U.S.-backed Coup in Chile

An open letter to  the Communist Party of Chile, the Communist Youth of Chile, and the working class and people of Chile:

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Taking a New Look at Party Structure: Re-Tooling for the 21st Century

PHOTO: Founding Convention of the Communist Party of America, Chicago 1919.

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No More Hiroshimas!

On August 6, 1945, the United States military dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, Japan. Three days later on August 9, an atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. The bombs directly killed hundreds of thousands of people - largely civilians of all ages - from the initial blast and from injuries and illness in the months following. Many more died from fallout and radiation exposure. Nearly half-a-million survivors (called Hibakusha in Japanese) have lived with ailments, injuries, pain throughout their (often shortened) lives. These attacks on civilian targets with nuclear weapons was of dubious military value and was likely a demonstration of nuclear might for the Soviet Union and the world to see. Hiroshima and Nagasaki are still the only uses of nuclear weapons in wartime and represent crimes against humanity.

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