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80 Years Later: Commemorating The Teamsters’ Strikes of 1934

Presentation by Socialist Organizer Socialist Organizer, which was founded in 1991 in continuity with the best traditions of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) and the Fourth International, decided at its inception to name its monthly newspaper after the strike newspaper published by the Minneapolis striking truck drivers in the spring and summer of 1934: The […]

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The Fight for Independent Politics Today: Statement by Socialist Organizer

Victories in Lorain, Ohio, and Seattle The deepening social and political crisis in the United States is producing a number of initiatives in the direction of independent working-class political action. Last November, the trade union movement in Lorain, Ohio — the home of the state’s largest steel and auto manufacturing facilities — got fed up […]

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Mexicali Binational Conference A Success

The US and Mexican sections of the Fourth International held their annual binational conference in Mexicali, Baja California on July 27-28. This year’s conference was the largest one yet — about 50 people participated, mostly youth, some as young as 14 years old. It was an inspiring opportunity for comrades from the two sections to […]

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What Socialism Would Look Like

    Due to the horrific legacy of Stalinism, many people associate the words “socialism” and “communism” with totalitarianism and conformity. This article aims to counter these powerful myths about socialism by responding to the following questions: What would a socialist society look like? How would things get done? Would there be more democracy and […]

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