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Remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1945

The causes and consequences of dropping the atomic bomb.

BY:Norman Markowitz|August 06, 2021
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The outlook of today's radicalized youth

Without our revolutionary youth, there is no future socialist USA.

BY:Maicol David Lynch|September 10, 2021
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BY:Chris Butters|December 17, 2021
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Democracy cannot be sacrificed for the profits of the 1%

Unity of action should be bound only by the issues themselves.

BY:Joe Sims|February 25, 2022
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"The Man Who Broke Capitalism" (book review)

An individualistic account of what's wrong with capitalism, but useful nonetheless.

BY:Anita Waters|July 08, 2022
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Latino working-class voters are key

The Latino vote can help defeat the far right.

BY:Rosalio Muñoz|September 20, 2022
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The U.S. military budget is a threat to democracy

U.S. war profits are swallowing the country's major resources while spreading destruction at home and abroad. What can be done to end it?


When the Soviet Union broke up in 1991, many feared for revolutionary Cuba. Overnight, Cuba lost 75% of its international trade. By 1994, the Cuban economy had shrunk by at least one third, and the Cuban people as a whole saw a significant decline in their standard of living. Although this led to another rafter crisis in 1994, the revolutionary, democratic and socialist government headed by comandante Fidel Castro assured...

May 07, 2005
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Pre-Convention Opening Report

This is a political crisis of serious proportions. Bush and his crowd are trying to achieve by anti-democratic - one could convincingly argue fascist - methods what they could not achieve by fair and democratic means. It is a thinly veiled attempt to undo the people's will and takeover over all three branches of our federal government. It is a clear and imminent danger to our constitutional and democratic rights....

October 09, 2001
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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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