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CPUSA Peace Conference Presentations

'Imperialism and the Struggle for Peace in the 21st Century.' Portions of this National Meeting on Peace and Solidarity of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) were webcast live from Chicago via streaming audio right here at www.cpusa.org. Saturday March 16th: Click here to hear the full streaming audio of the Opening Report -- Turn around the Bush Administration policy of unending war at home and abroad. Click here to hear...

Communist Party of Washington State brief history

Untitled Document Writing the history of the Communist Party of Washington State would be a grand, major project. This essay is just a brief introduction of some of the major movements, organizations, accomplishments, crises, and difficulties of that history. We hope this web site will encourage the writing of more pieces of that history. There are people whose names resonate throughout the history of both our Party and our state,...

The 'Recruiting Pilot Project' in Illinois

In Illinois we've had a number of meetings with leaders of mass organizations and trade unions, we've received special invitations to be on steering committees and planning committees of mass coalitions, and we've had a most impressive response to our annual People's Weekly World Banquet--and in each case we've gotten comments like, 'We really need your Party to be part of these movements. We really appreciate your approach to political...

February 22, 2002
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Report on the 2002 Elections

Even as George W. Bush was delivering his chilling war buildup state of the union address, filled with empty words about jobs, education and health care, a bus load of Enron workers robbed of their jobs was wending its way from Texas to Washington, D.C. 'The morning after' these courageous workers entered the halls of Congress to demand a full investigation of Enron, and immediate survival for themselves.

February 22, 2002
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Main Report to the January 12-13 meeting of the National Board, CPUSA

'This meeting of our National Board takes place exactly a month before the next meeting of our National Committee. That meeting should take full measure of the present status and prospects of the struggle against the Bush administration's fierce offensive against the working class and people at home and abroad. It should also assess our Party's role in this struggle, including our efforts to enlarge our influence and size.'

January 30, 2002
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CPUSA - Washington District Links

Labor Links King County Labor Council Washington State Labor Council Washington State Jobs with Justice American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) Washington State Communist History Links Communism in Washington State The Cold War and Red Scare in Washington State The All Powers Project, about the Canwell Committee Communist, Socialist and other Left Links ComInterNet RedNet News Marxism Links Political Affairs CPUSA's Link Page Leftist Link Archive Left Side...

BY:Washington District|January 27, 2002
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The Last Tango: Enron and Bush

This is a CORRECTED, UPDATED, and EXPANDED verison of the one posted earlier. Enron! Never before, not even during the depths of Teapot Dome and the Watergate, has the scandalous influence of corporate money hung so heavy over Washington.

January 27, 2002
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The 2002 Elections

Any idea that there is no difference with right-wing control ignores the appointment of Ashcroft and Ridge and the assault on civil liberties, civil rights and labor rights; and ignores the failure to respond to needs of laid off workers; and the impact of the economic recession. The life threatening consequences are felt sharply in states, cities and towns across the country, as hunger and homelessness rises, healthcare becomes inaccessible,...

January 27, 2002
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700 Attend State of the Black World Conference

Almost all of the panelists decried proposals from President Bush and Attorney General John Ashcroft to defend America by giving massive amounts of federal funds to corporations at the expense of working people. Many noted that while the pocketbooks of workers are being emptied their civil liberties are being suspended with draconian legislation.

BY:Debbie A. Bell|January 12, 2002
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Unemployment Crisis Demands Action Now

The Labor Department’s December unemployment report provided the background as Congressional Democrats and the White House began staking out the ground for the legislative battles. Congress will reconvene Jan. 23 and President Bush will make his State of the Union address on Jan. 29.

January 12, 2002
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