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Prison and police abolition: Reimagining public safety and liberation

Defund, demilitarize, and abolish: A different way of looking at public safety and justice.

BY:Jamal Rich|June 25, 2020
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Mourn? Or organize?

If you need therapy for anxiety or depression, get it. Then get back in the struggle for socialism.

BY:Michael James|August 14, 2020
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Inflation: Class conflict deferred

Why inflation is not the working class's problem.

BY:Taryn Fivek|July 02, 2021
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We need an economic bill of rights

Inspired by FDR, Du Bois, and the Party Program, the author proposes an economic bill of rights.

BY:M. P. Britt|September 08, 2021
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Exposing vaccine misinformation on social media

How to analyze the myths and lies about COVID and the vaccine.

BY:Marcia Ladendorff|September 20, 2021
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Sea change at the NLRB: How should the Party respond?

The NLRB may be opening a door to expanded union rights. We should walk right in.

BY:Brad Crowder|October 01, 2021
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Neoliberalism, fascism, or socialist breakthroughs?

A razor's edge: working-class democracy or corporate authoritarianism.

BY:Joel Wendland-Liu|December 31, 2021
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Florida's "honor": No. 1 in voter suppression

How the GOP is suppressing the vote in the Sunshine State.

BY:Tom Egan|May 13, 2022
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Club Educational Study Guide: Immigrant Rights

This educational has the goal of upgrading our understanding of the struggle for immigrant rights and against repressive immigration legislation which is taking place right now throughout the country. The goal is to place in bold relief the central problems of inequality, criminalization, and the greed of US corporations. The suggested readings which are attached include the 2006 report to the National Board on immigration, the resolution on immigration passed...

Election 2006: The Stakes Are Very High

Main Report to National Committee, March 4, 2006 In my report to the National Committee last fall, I noted that the cumulative weight of an increasingly unpopular war, Katrina, indictments, incompetence, corruption, scandals, cronyism, and deeply felt anxiety with energy costs and the economy had taken its toll on the standing of the Bush administration...

April 14, 2006
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