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On the Work of Districts and Clubs

I think we should look at this session as an exchange on what Districts need to be in this new period. We won't come up with all the answers this weekend but I want to continue to pose questions that stir up the pot of our thinking about our future work.

BY:Evelina Alarcon|September 22, 2001
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Working Families Shouldn't Pay for Big Business' Crisis

This important observation is timely in many ways for today. As we discuss the crisis at home we have to remember that in today's world, even more than in Marx's day,"poverty and restricted consumption," is a worldwide capitalist system of global proportions. Truly, global capital does now develop "as if only the absolute power of consumption of the entire society (or planet) would be their limit."

September 22, 2001
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Labor Leads -- for Unity and Fightback!

In the years since our last labor program, in 1993, there have been historic changes in labor. The organized labor movement is stronger and more mobilized for action than at any time since the mighty movements that built the CIO. Fresh winds of change brought new leadership, new policies and renewed energy to organized labor in the last decade. Fresh battles against corporate greed at home and globally have sharpened...

September 22, 2001
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A Fresh Look at the Role of the Communist Press

The media and the class struggle have changed dramatically since the days of Reed and so the purpose of this article is to take a look at whether or not we are measuring up to today's challenges. The following is intended to get ideas flowing on building the communist press in the present-day working class and people's battles.

September 22, 2001
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If You Eat, You're Involved in Agriculture: Report from the Rural and Farm Comm.

Vermont is a major dairy state and all those dairymen up there are plenty P.O.'ed at George W. Bush's arrogant greed for profit, and more specifically, Dubya's threat to pull the plug on the Northeast Dairy Compact. The fact that a Republican Senator from a rural state inflicted such a huge blow on the ultra right is a very good reason for the Communist Party USA to be paying more...

September 22, 2001
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Report on Political Independence

The struggle for political independence is interconnected with, and in opposition to, the ruthless drive for increased profits by transnational corporations. It is part and parcel of the striving of working class families for survival, to realize hopes and dreams and to determine their own destiny.

September 22, 2001
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Party Builder 31 May 2001

In this issue: *Convention information on the Web! *Kudos to Wally & the PWW *Book sale at the Reference Center *Star Wars *Pro-Democracy Convention *Alliance for Retired Americans *Pacifica Alert *ACLU Alerts *Bush and Energy *Bush and Kyoto *BONUS: Excerpts from Jarvis Tyner's PWW article on the JEFFORDS SWITCH COUNTDOWN TO THE CONVENTION! Only 36 more days to go! Check out the new Convention web site here. The latest reports...

Party Builder 13 Aug 2001

In This Issue: *Convention Evaluation *Convention Web Site *Globalization Report *Jobs with Justice Conference *Recruiting Pamphlet *Welfare Reform Hearings *Cuba Solidarity *Legislative Updates *Books for Sale*Conference to Stop Star Wars *Protect Legal Abortion *Vieques *Fall Calendar ONLY 1,426 days left until the next Convention!! Maybe that's not something you're ready to think about, but we are! And if you attended the Convention either as a delegate or a guest, we...

Proposed Resolution: Against Racism and for Immigrant Rights

The struggle for equality for Black People and against Racism is central to social progress. It is central to the fighting unity of the working class and TO THE STRUGGLE OF ALL OTHER SPECIALLY OPPRESSED MINORITIES...for full economic, political, and social equality......recognizing the global scale and permanence of immigration.... is the starting point ...of an immigration policy based on human rights...

BY:Indiana District, CPUSA|September 21, 2001
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