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Labor Wins Big in Union-Busting South Carolina

Gathered in the union hall and parking lot on East Bay Street, the dockworkers ofInternational Longshoremens Association (ILA) Local 1422, mostly African American men, celebrated their hard-fought victory in the case of the Charleston Five.

December 01, 2001
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AFL-CIO stimulus package phase one RESOLUTION for HR 2946 and S 1454

Whereas, the Congressional Progressive Caucus, chaired by Congressman Dennis Kucinich, has introduced legislation which would 'get people back to work and raise household incomes by providing enough new spending to recover from the recent fall of the stock market, the lagging economy, and the economic downturn following the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11', said Kucinich...

NC Report on the Charleston 5

The fight to free the Charleston 5 already had special significance prior to the tragedy of September 11th and the now urgent war or peace emergency. But the new situation and the surrounding challenges of deepening economic crisis, threats to civil liberties, the racist and chauvinist hate attacks against Arab Americans and immigrants, the heightened racial profiling, the attacks on democracy, place even more importance to this battle for justice...

BY:Evelina Alarcon|November 10, 2001
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Making a Peaceful and Non-Violent World: The Challenge of Our Times

On September 11 at 8:48 a.m. our country and world changed as commercial jets were transformed into projectiles of senseless death and destruction by hateful and criminal terrorists. Not only were the lives of thousands of people lost and not only was there destruction beyond belief, but shock waves of profound sorrow, fear, anger, and concern about our future were felt across our country and the world. But also, in...

November 02, 2001
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Where are we after September 11?

The following is an excerpt from a report to the Communist Party's national committee, elected at its convention in July. The national committee met Oct. 20-21 in New York.

Political Action Remarks

The horror and shock of planes crashing into the World Trade Center did not slow down the push by the Bush administration and the extreme right-wing to achieve their anti-worker, anti-people agenda.

October 31, 2001
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Where Are We After September 11?

The shocking and terrifying nature of the Sept. 11 assault has done more than temporarily traumatize the nation. It has also given the Bush administration and the far right a new legitimizing discourse, or, to put it in a less highfalutin way, a new ideological rationale to pursue its political objectives at home and worldwide.

October 31, 2001
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Making a Peaceful and Non-Violent World: The Challenge of Our Times

Opening remarks to the National Committee. '...in that horrific instant and the weeks that have followed, domestic and world politics took an altogether new, frightening, dangerous, and unanticipated turn.' '...Rather than bringing us closer to a solution to the problem, the administration's response to the terrorist attack is sharpening every struggle to the extreme, endangering every democratic gain won over the past seven decades and, most ominously, plunging the nation...

October 18, 2001
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The Great 2000 Election Battle

(Opening to the National Committee, Nov 18, 2000) Jarvis Tyner, Executive Vice Chair, CPUSA Good Morning Comrades. This 2000 election has been one tremendous struggle from beginning to end. Beyond any doubt this is one of the most incredible election struggles ever in our history. I wish Comrade Gus was here at this meeting; I would really like to get his thinking on this one. This election has many...

BY:Jarvis Tyner|October 16, 2001
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Globalization and the Class Struggle Today

More and more, Communists and the left must make the linkage clear and fight for the global integration of struggles to match the global economic integration now dominated by monopoly capital. Some have called it globalizing peace, justice and equality.

October 10, 2001
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