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Protest NATO in Chicago

May 20-21 in Chicago, delegates from the 28 NATO countries will gather to make plans for the 63-year-old military alliance. Peace and justice activists from around the country and the globe will be there too. 

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Sam Webb on May Day and Class Struggle Today

May Day, International Workers Day, was born in the USA and is an official holiday in nearly 80 countries around the world. After  years of being little recognized in the land of its birth, May Day is on the rise again in this country. First revitalized by the explosive immigrant rights demonstrations on May Day 2006 and then claimed by the burgeoning Occupy Wall Street movement, now May Day is being embraced by the U.S. labor movement in ways it has never been before.

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Class and democratic struggles in a volatile time

*The following is a report to the National Committee of the Communist Party USA, which met in New York City, Nov. 12-13, 2011.*

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Building the 99% movement

We're living in very exciting and challenging times.

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Communist Party heralds Occupy Wall Street movement

We greet the Occupy Wall St. movement as it spreads throughout our country from large cities to small towns, led by youth and joined by people of all ages and backgrounds, giving voice to deep anger at extreme economic inequality.

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