Sam Webb

Sam Webb is a long-time socialist and activist living in New York. He served as the national chairperson of the Communist Party from 2000 to 2014. Previously, he was the state organizer of the Communist Party in Michigan. Earlier, he was active in the labor movement in his home state of Maine. He blogs at SamWebb.org.


LATEST ARTICLES BY Sam Webb

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    REFLECTIONS ON SOCIALISM

    REFLECTIONS ON SOCIALISM

    August 3, 2007 By Sam Webb

    Is socialism dead or on the rise? What’s the Communist Party USA got to say about a socialist revolution in the United States? Read “Reflections on Socialism” by Sam Webb, CPUSA national chair, to find out.

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  • U.S.
    New terrain requires new tactics

    New terrain requires new tactics

    June 22, 2007 By Sam Webb

    The new balance of forces in Congress, the greatly weakened position of the Bush administration, and the growing activity of the labor-led people’s coalition have rearranged the political playing field in our country. Everyone involved in...

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    Can you be too rich?

    Can you be too rich?

    March 30, 2007 By Sam Webb

    I wish that billionaires were a declining breed rather than a growing demographic group. A few decades ago, that statement might have evoked some controversy — but no longer.

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    Gus Hall, Communist Party leader, remembered

    Gus Hall, Communist Party leader, remembered

    October 24, 2002 By Sam Webb And Jarvis Tyner

    Gus Hall former national chairman of the Communist Party, was interred at Forest Home Cemetery (formerly Waldheim Cemetery), near Chicago, Sept. 20. Gus and Elizabeth’s children, Barbara Conway and Arvo Hall, party leaders and friends attended...

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