Sam Webb

 
 
Sam Webb

Sam Webb is a member of the National Committee of the Communist Paryt USA. He served as the party's national chairperson from 2000 to 2014. Previously he was the state organizer of the Communist Party in Michigan. Earlier, he was active in the labor movement in his home state of Maine.

He is a public spokesperson for the CPUSA, and travels extensively in the U.S. and abroad, including trips to South Africa, China, Vietnam, and Cuba where he met with leaders of those countries.

Webb currently resides in New York City, graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia and received his MA in economics from the University of Connecticut.

 

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James E. Jackson Jr.  an appreciation

James E. Jackson Jr. an appreciation

James E. Jackson, Jr., a giant in the struggle for African American equality, world peace and socialism, passed away Sept. 1, just short of his 93rd birthday. He was one...

BY:Jarvis Tyner And Sam Webb| September 15, 2007
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Club Educational Study Guide: Reflections on Socialism

Club Educational Study Guide: Reflections on Socialism

A guide to leading a discussion of Sam Webb's Reflections of Socialism paper in your local Club or District.

Reflections on Socialism

Reflections on Socialism

We are, after all, the Communist Party and socialism is at the core of our identity.

BY:Sam Webb| June 4, 2005
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Keynote Address, 27th CPUSA National Convention

Keynote Address, 27th CPUSA National Convention

  A Convention is a crowning moment in the life of a Communist Party. It is the highest deliberative and decision-making body in our Party's structure. Unlike the conventions of...

BY:Sam Webb| October 8, 2001
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