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Seattle elects socialist to city council

Seattle voters shocked the political establishment here, Nov. 5, when they elected an avowed socialist, Kshama Sawant, to the nine-member Seattle City Council.

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Left unity championed at New York meet

Several socialist organizations came together last week to discuss how to better unite the left.

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Today in women's history: International Women's Day

March 8, International Women's Day, grew from two sources -- the struggle of working women to form trade unions and the fight for women's right to vote.

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Seeing Red: Huffington Post debates Communist influence in U.S.

Is communism still relevant to American politics?

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Despite negativity of some, metal fans join in today’s struggle

When Dave Mustaine made a number of homophobic comments and supported GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum, much of the metal community was in uproar.

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At CPUSA conference, delegates look to the future

"We are gathered at a truly crucial moment in today's history," said Lisa Bergmann, the National Coordinator for the Young Communist League.

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Communists discuss U.S. path to socialism

One of the things driving their commitment is concern about the growing threat to humanity's future coming from environmental degradation.

Communists to tackle right-wing extremism at nationwide conference

A great mix of older and newer comrades will discuss the growth of far-right extremism and how it can be defeated.

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Communist Party shows new growth: Can it be sustained?

For the labor and democratic movements to continue to develop to effectively challenge corporate power a much larger left and Communist Party are essential.

Americans tire of "free market," says poll

Since the 2008 economic meltdown, Americans have changed the way they think about the free market economy and now, according to a new poll, are more skeptical of it than the people of even Communist Party-led China.

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