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Workers Action’s Recommendations for the California June Ballot Measures

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Vote NO on Proposition 28 — Term limits Limit of 8 years (senate)/6 years (assembly) replaced with 12-year limit on combined service. Socialists approach the elections differently than liberals or conservatives, Democrats or Republicans. Under the electoral system we have today, big business rules the roost. The political system is stacked in favor of big business, […]

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Workers Action: Who We Are

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Our aim above all is to encourage working people to unite and put up a fight in order to defend and improve our standard of living and to create a far more just, rational, and economically viable economy to replace capitalism, which has thrown billions of people into poverty and is destroying the planet. This […]

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New Features of the New Website

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If you have been visiting Workersompass.org, you’ll notice many new features on our redesigned site. Here’s a quick tour of them. If you have questions or comments or complaints, please let the webmaster, Adam, know by sending a message click here. 1. Re-post or email any article. You can automatically repost any of our articles onto Facebook, […]

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An Afternoon with Leon Trotsky’s Grandson

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  On Sunday, February 13, 2011 over 175 people attended a San Francisco Bay Area fundraising event for the Leon Trotsky Museum,located in the Coyoacan area of Mexico City, and was sponsored by Bay Area Supporters of International Friends of the Leon Trotsky Museum.This fundraiser was the first public speaking event by Esteban Volkov, Trotsky’s […]

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A Statement Issued by National Assembly to End the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars & Occupations

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As of January 3, the Israeli bombing and invasion of Gaza has killed over 450 Palestinians – the largest number of people killed by Israel in such a short time in decades. 1,600 more have been wounded, an overwhelming number of whom are civilians – women, children and the elderly. The massing of soldiers and […]

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Our Reply to the IMT

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Our Reply To The International Marxist Tendency’s Contribution To The Trade Union Discussion Conducted Within The Workers International League In the fall of 2008, members of the Workers International League (WIL) engaged in a lengthy discussion over trade union tactics in relation to a Portland comrade whose union was in the process of negotiating a […]

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Workers Action Statement of Principles

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We believe that nothing short of a socialist revolution, where the working class holds state power through institutions of its own creation, is capable of solving the problems that plague the working class, problems such as unemployment, a falling standard of living, imperialist wars, racial and sexual discrimination, the destruction of the environment, and a […]

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History of Workers Action: Why We Left the WIL

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Why We Left the Workers International League Introduction The entire Portland branch and the majority of the San Francisco branch recently submitted our resignations to the Workers International League (WIL). Many of us joined the WIL over two years ago because of our fundamental agreement with the International Marxist Tendency’s (IMT) analysis of the Venezuelan […]

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History of Workers Action: Record of Discussion (full version)

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Workers Action Record of Discussion Trade Union Question inside the Workers International League September 7-25, 2008 The entire Portland branch and the majority of the San Francisco branch recently submitted our resignations to the Workers International League (WIL). Many of us joined the WIL over two years ago because of our fundamental agreement with the […]

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History of Workers Action: Trade Union Question Inside the WIL

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Record of Discussion Trade Union Question inside the
Workers International League September 7 to 25, 2008 The entire Portland branch and the majority of the San Francisco branch recently submitted our resignations to the Workers International League (WIL). Many of us joined the WIL over two years ago because of our fundamental agreement with the International […]

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Discussion of the Cindy Sheehan Flier

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List of Documents  Text of the San Francisco Branch Cindy Sheehan Flier The Executive Committee’s (EC) Response to the SF Branch Flier The SFWIL’S Response to the EC’s Criticisms of the Cindy Sheehan Flier _________________________________ 1. Cindy Sheehan for Congress Campaign Flier Debate inside the Workers International League CINDY SHEEHAN FOR CONGRESS PEOPLE BEFORE POLITICS Cindy Sheehan […]

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Statement of Principles

Workers Action

We believe that nothing short of a socialist revolution, where the working class holds state power through institutions of its own creation, is capable of solving the problems that plague the working class, problems such as unemployment, a falling standard of living, imperialist wars, racial and sexual discrimination, the destruction of the environment, and a […]

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