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Communist Party shows new growth: Can it be sustained?

Communist Party shows new growth: Can it be sustained?

NEW YORK - The First Annual Communist Party USA National Conference, held April 16-17, reflected a potential new turning point.

BY: John Bachtell| May 3, 2011
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Wisconsin and beyond: the conflict is irreconcilable

Wisconsin and beyond: the conflict is irreconcilable

You don't have to be an economist - or a rocket scientist - to know we are being sold a bill of goods on deficits.

BY: Sam Webb| March 6, 2011
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Koch brothers play self-serving role in Wisconsin battle

Koch brothers play self-serving role in Wisconsin battle

Multi-billionaire corporate magnates Charles and David Koch are major behind-the-scenes players to get rid of unions.

BY: Juan Lopez| March 1, 2011
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Public workers in the bull’s-eye

Public workers in the bull’s-eye

The 2010 election results and the resurgence of the corporate ultra-right mean renewed attacks on labor, and public workers are in the bull's-eye.

BY: Scott Marshall| January 5, 2011
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Racism: its winners and losers

Racism: its winners and losers

Two years into the Obama presidency it is fair to say that racist ideology is the main mobilizing discourse of right-wing extremism.

BY: Sam Webb| September 30, 2010
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