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Engels: Political action as a revolutionary act

Frederick Engels' "The Revolutionary Act: Military Insurrection or Political and Economic Action?," his last introduction to Marx's Class Struggles in France: 1848 to 1850,  written in 1895 just before his death is excerpted here. At the time the February revolution began, in so far as our conception of the conditions and the course of revolutionary movements are concerned, we were all subject to the prevailing historic experience, notably that...

BY:Frederick Engels|September 02, 2020
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Black Lives Matter!

Until justice is done, the struggle will continue.

BY:Jarvis Tyner|June 18, 2020
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LGBTQ+ theory, history, and the CPUSA (part 2)

The Party's "two-track" history in the LGBTQ equality movement.

BY:Eric Gordon and C.J. Atkins|September 06, 2022
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The party we must become

The fascist danger remains front and center.

BY:Joe Sims|January 18, 2023
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Halting the Decline of Britain's Manufacturing Industry

By Jerry Jones Economic Committee Communist Party of Britain First published September 2005 Contents Preface 1. The decline of Britain's manufacturing industries 2. Why manufacturing matters 3. Why Britain's manufacturing performance is poor compared with other advanced countries 4. Why the current free-for-all relocation of manufacturing to less developed countries is unsustainable 5. What the government should be doing 6. What trade unions should be doing 7. Conclusion and Summary...

BY:pww@pww.org|May 06, 2008
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Students on the Front Line

Political Affairs interviewed Ali Fischer, President of the United States Student Association's (USSA), on March 11, 2001 during the USSA's annual legislative conference and lobby day in Washington, DC.

BY:Political Affairs|September 21, 2001
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Convention Discussion: Nature Before Profits - Some History, Some Theory

Submitted for discussion by the Environmental Working Group of the Communist Party USA "No civilization can wage relentless war on life without destroying itself, and without losing the right to be called civilized." — Rachel Carson In mid-nineteenth century England, wife beating was one of the many scourges afflicting the populous. Thus when Karl Marx, and another friend from Germany, heard a cry for help by a woman along a...

BY:Len Yannielli|February 19, 2014
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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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Labor in the Era of Capitalist Globalization

Capitalist globalization has to be met with international labor solidarity. ... This fight has many fronts. In the first place US labor has to be won to a bigger vision of its place and role in global labor. Leo Gerard, president of the United Steelworkers union said a profound thing in this regard at the steelworkers convention last month. We cannot survive as an island of prosperity in a sea...

June 18, 2005
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The immigration struggle reaches a crisis point

Trump is governing the way he campaigned: by making immigrants the brunt of his racist appeals.

BY:Emile Schepers|October 03, 2017
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