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Anne Burlak: The red flame

Nicknamed the "Red Flame," Anne Burlak Timpson was a prominent communist labor organizer in the 1930s and beyond.

BY:Tony Pecinovsky|March 27, 2020
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Capitalism, alienation, and COVID-19

Feeling alienated? You're not alone. Under capitalism, we're all alienated.

BY:Michael James|July 21, 2020
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Democratic revolution, from one abolition to the next

The decisive defeat of reactionary forces is summed up in a single word: abolition!

BY:Scott Hiley|September 22, 2020
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On Togliatti's "Lectures on Fascism"

In this foreword to Palmiro Togliatti's Lectures on Fascism, Vijay Prashad discusses how the Italian Communist Party leader, the Comintern, and others grappled with the meaning of fascism and how to combat it.

BY:Vijay Prashad|January 06, 2020
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An invitation to African Americans

Join the CPUSA and its fight for anti-racist, working-class unity.

BY:Communist Party USA|August 27, 2021
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The unity imperative: Lessons for building the anti-fascist alliance

Working-class leadership must be at the center of all coalition building.

BY:Joe Sims|September 07, 2022
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What's behind the price squeeze?

Today's inflation problem follows a supply-cratering pandemic. Monopoly capital's response is aggravating the crisis.

BY:John Case|January 26, 2023
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People & Nature Before Profits

This second edition of the landmark analysis of capitalism and the environment includes the Communist Party's environmental program. People and Nature Before Profits emphasizes the conection between the profit drive under capitalism and the increasingly emperiled global ecology. The documents argues that while important reforms can and should be won today, the struggle for the environment must eventually take on capitalism itself.

BY:Marc Brodine and Dave Zink|May 07, 2005
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Report from the Structure and Organization Committee

Most comrades have responded really well to changes and have been responsive to the idea that we need to take a fresh look at how we do things. So our committee was not starting from scratch. Our work is part of an ongoing discussion that has been in motion with the transition for over a year now. The process should and will continue even after the National Convention.

BY:Evelina Alarcon|October 09, 2001
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How to organize unemployed councils

How to Organize and Conduct United Action for the Right to Live, a manual written by Herbert Benjamin, National Organizer of the Unemployed Councils of U.S.A., was published in 1933. Contents Introduction Issues and Grievances Around Which Action Can and Must Be Taken The Organizational Forms That Provide Means of Effective Action and Struggle Where and How Committees of Action Are Formed How to...

May 28, 2020
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