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Today in revolutionary history: The origins of Labor Day

Peter McGuire, a socialist labor leader called for Labor Day in 1882.

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Love for the underdog: A communist musician speaks out

From our archives. PoliticalAffairs.net interview with punk/funk/Communist revolution band leader, Boots Riley, "Love for the underdog".

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Some thoughts on patriotism, the national question and the Leninist tradition

The struggle in this country is not one of oppressor against oppressed nations, of the first world against the third, of a white nation against oppressed nations of color.

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Today in revolutionary history: National Labor Union formed, U.S. affiliate 1st International

Sylvis was active in the International Workingmen's Association (First International) of which the NLA was a member.

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Today in revolutionary history

 Zapata headed the land reform struggles of Mexican farmers.

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Party veterans check out social media organizing

New to social media? Here is what you need to know to get started.

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Shall We Suffer, Silent?

Based on folk tune "Men of Harlech," Oregon activist Jillian Littell wrote "Shall We Suffer, Silent" for the Occupy movement.

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