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Stop the presses, or at least pause the publishing.

For the next 24 hours, PeoplesWorld.org and MundoPopular.org will not be publishing new stories as we upgrade our network of web sites and get ready to welcome the launching of the new PoliticalAffairs.net later this month!

We'll be back with new stories on Friday. In the meantime you can find new content on our PeoplesWorld Facebook page. Also see a list of our most recent stories below.

PoliticalAffairs.net is a sister web site in our People Before Profits network. Political Affairs provides "Marxism. Fresh. Daily." It has a weekly podcast available through its web site or iTunes. The PA web site provides daily, in-depth Marxist, working class analysis of current events and long-term struggles.

Here's a list of recent People's World articles you may want to read. (For the RSS list click here: http://feeds.peoplesworld.org/PWArticles)

Monday, April 12 through Wednesday, April 14, 2010:

Bill to divest from arms makers faces test

What can we bring to the table?

Militant action needed to solve youth unemployment

Company demands rate hike for new coal plant

Financial reform: lesser and greater questions

Recalling the Holocaust

Northern Manhattan mobilizes against budget cuts

Vatican praises Beatles, sidesteps growing scandal

Truckers find their voice on Twitter

Massey CEO to miners: I will close this mine if you vote union

Call for actions on jobs: America's most pressing need

Death of South African rightist highlights ongoing problems

NYC labor movement: Let's reclaim May Day

Fix broken immigration system, rally demands

Three grim tales from the Big Apple

Labor turns up heat in battle to curb Wall Street

Obama nominee could shape Supreme Court for decades

World Notes: Senegal, Kyrgyzstan, Israel

Latino and Palestinian film festivals offer great viewing

Nations agree to work together for nuclear security

Building jobs movement from the ground up

Michelle Obama to Haiti: U.S. and world stands with you

 

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