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Labor Today: New Strengths, New Challenges

A lot has happened in the world since the last time we had a major discussion of the labor movement in the National Board. In preparation for our National Convention in 2001, we had quite an extensive and lively discussion of a new Labor Program for our Party.

February 06, 2003
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Report to National Board on Cynthia McKinney Defeat

The details of the defeat of Cynthia McKinney in Georgia's 4th Congressional District primary and Earl Hilliard in Alabama's 7th Congressional District primary should serve to sound an alarm about the assault being carried out by the right-wing in particular against the Black vote, and overall to weaken, split and destroy progressive representation.

January 14, 2003
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Report to National Board on Cynthia McKinney Defeat

The details of the defeat of Cynthia McKinney in Georgia's 4th Congressional District primary and Earl Hilliard in Alabama's 7th Congressional District primary should serve to sound an alarm about the assault being carried out by the right-wing in particular against the Black vote, and overall to weaken, split and destroy progressive representation.

January 14, 2003
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The National Question

We are living through a very dangerous period. The Bush Administration and most Republicans in Congress are using the events of September 11th to push their reactionary agenda: imperialist aggression abroad, racism and austerity at home. We are in the middle of a deepening economic crisis made worse by the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, the great corporate scandals of 2002, and the right-wing policies of the Bush Administration.

January 09, 2003
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2002 ELECTIONS: No Mandate For The Ultra Right

At the beginning of the 2002 election cycle, we set three inter-related goals for ourselves: 1) to play a part toward defeat of the ultra-right; 2) to build political independence; and 3) to build the Communist Party at the grass roots.

December 11, 2002
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Advancing the Struggle for Peace and Progress

After months of intense activity, a broad peoples movement came up just a little short at the ballot box on November 5. What would have been a breathtaking victory, especially given the unfavorable political atmosphere and circumstances, turned into a victory for the Bush administration and the Republican Party.

November 27, 2002
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Excerpts from the Classics: African American Equality and Racism

This subpart of National Oppression presents just a couple quotations from Lenin applying his general theory to the African American people, showing he followed the question and considered it important, his attitude toward the oppression and its solution.

November 15, 2002
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Excerpts from the Classics: Class and Social Forces for Progress

This section and its subsections deal with the objective position in society and therefore the potential role of, various class and social forces in the struggle for progress and socialism.

November 15, 2002
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Excerpts from the Classics: Democracy, Fascism and the State

This section begins with Engels and Lenin discussing the role of the state and democracy, as a form of the state and its class characteristics. Lenin then discusses the importance of democracy and the fight for it under capitalism.

November 12, 2002
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Excerpts from the Classics: Peace, War and Internationalism

Given the nature of weaponry today, the struggle for peace is one of the most important, one of the struggles through which tactics brings to life a strategic policy.

November 09, 2002
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