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'No mandate, no surrender' from report to the CPUSA National Committee

Never in my lifetime have I participated in an election in which the stakes were so high, the opposing sides so clearly defined, the forms and methods of struggle so creative and wide-ranging, and the battle so bitterly contested and so consequential to the lives of billions on our planet. The results werent what we had hoped for, but we should be immensely proud that we were engaged and tireless...

December 01, 2004
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Youth vote 2004: a whole new level

If you turned on the TV on November 3rd CNN mentioned to you that young people showed up at the polls but it was nothing too impressive. They told you that while the numbers went up, so did all voter-turnout numbers and there was no significant shift or big change in how many young folks showed up as compared to the rest of the population. Some of them even went...

The Communist Party USA and the 2004 Elections: Build the Party, Build the Coalitions

Our banner for 2004 was Build Unity Defeat Bush and the Ultra-Right. Our method was an all-out effort with the broad labor-led democratic front against extreme right-wing reaction; and within that all-out for a bigger, stronger Communist Party and YCL.

November 24, 2004
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'No mandate, no surrender' reprinted from the People's Weekly World

Several months ago most pollsters predicted that the margin of difference between Kerry and Bush would be razor thin. I cant recall anyone projecting a landslide for either candidate, let alone a major political realignment nationwide. Guess what? They were more right than wrong. (First published in People's Weekly World Newspaper

November 10, 2004
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In three key states, labor takes stock

After a hard-fought battle, Minnesota voters gave their state to John Kerry, but they also reshaped the balance of power in the state Capitol by trouncing a score of Republican state legislators.

November 06, 2004
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We have our work cut out for us

Editorial This is a deeply divided country. Out of some 114 million votes, George W. Bush garnered just over 3 million more than John Kerry. Bush will claim a mandate for his extremist agenda. Hell, he claimed a mandate when he grabbed the White House in 2000 by one Supreme Court justice vote. But the reality is at least half the country is against him.

BY:People’s World|November 06, 2004
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The Republican campaign to suppress the Black vote

The Republican Party and the right wing are waging a well-financed campaign to weaken and destroy the impact of the African American vote. This campaign is in direct violation of the Voting Rights Act (1965) and the principle of one person, one vote. It is one of the clearest examples of the racist nature of the Bush administration.

September 30, 2004
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Setting the record straight: CPUSA position on 2004 elections

In the past month, several phony reports have been circulated by right-leaning papers and websites -- making various false claims about the Communist Party position on the 2004 elections... The red-baiting forgeries are just another part of the Bush campaign which is running on lies and fear. So, for the record, the CPUSA position on the 2004 elections:

Just Being Anti-Bush Is Not Enough To Win

Across the country there is a growing anti-Bush feeling, but that alone is not enough. To win requires that millions be convinced that the differences between Bush and Kerry are real, substantial and consequential to their lives on the whole range of issues.

August 26, 2004
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Discussion on the Status and Role of the Party.

Sam Webb's report to the expanded National Board meeting of June 26 and 27. This isnt the first time that we have discussed the status and role of the Party... Almost two years ago to the day, for example, we organized a national conference on clubs and club life... What makes this discussion different is that we will give singular attention to one particular aspect of the Party...

August 11, 2004
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