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CPUSA co-chair Rossana Cambron is hopeful about the growing people’s movements

CPUSA co-chair Rossana Cambron is hopeful about the growing people’s movements

CPUSA Co-chair Rossana Cambron on the pandemic in the Latino community, the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Indigenous rights in Oklahoma, and hope for the future.

BY: John Bachtell| July 30, 2020
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Pandemic lesson #1: Incompetence kills

Pandemic lesson #1: Incompetence kills

Without collective cooperation and effective leadership, the virus will continue to rule our lives.

BY: Wayne Nealis| July 29, 2020
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Falling economy, rising infections

Falling economy, rising infections

In all the chaos and uncertainty, there is one bright light: the rise of people's movements demanding change.

BY: John Case| July 22, 2020
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Is the GOP crazy enough to defeat the HEROES Act?

Is the GOP crazy enough to defeat the HEROES Act?

  The HEROES Act passed in the House on May 15, but it has no chance of passing the Senate and getting Trump’s signature. Or does it? First, what would...

BY: Communist Party USA| July 17, 2020
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Staying alive: The crisis in Connecticut

Staying alive: The crisis in Connecticut

As the economic crisis in Connecticut and around the country grows, so do the calls for systemic change.

BY: Art Perlo| July 14, 2020
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