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  1. The Breakdown of Capitalism and the Fight for Socialism in the United States: Program of the Socialist Equality Party

    The Breakdown of Capitalism and the Fight for Socialism in the United States: Program of the Socialist Equality Party

    A fighting revolutionary program for the American working class, adopted by the First National Congress of the Socialist Equality Party in August 2010, this document lays out an analysis of the global economic crisis, its political implications and the tasks of the working class. The SEP program outlines a series of basic social rights for jobs, education and culture, health care and democratic rights—all of which are under attack within the current capitalist system—and can only be won by the mobilization of the working class. Single copy price, $2.00 or Buy in bulk and get 5 copies for $8.00 Learn More
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  2. WSWS Perspectives Journal January 2010 (PDF)

    WSWS Perspectives Journal January 2010 (PDF)

    A monthly journal containing the "Perspectives" articles published on the World Socialist Web Site.

    Single issue and subscription prices are given in $US. Pricing varies by location.

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  3. Hollywood Honors Elia Kazan: Filmmaker and Informer

    Hollywood Honors Elia Kazan: Filmmaker and Informer

    Elia Kazan, director of 19 feature films between 1945 and 1976, was one of the most prominent figures to turn informer during the anti-communist witchhunts of the early 1950s. In this eassy David Walsh, arts editor of the World Socialist Web Site, looks at the decision by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences to grant Kazan an honorary award in 1999. Learn More

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  4. The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America

    The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America

    This pamphlet draws the connection between the growth of police violence in the United States and the erection of a police military intelligence apparatus that operates without any legal or constitutional constraints. There is a parallel between intensifying police violence at home and the pursuit of war overseas.

    The growth of social inequality is at the heart of the destruction of democratic rights, and as such is directed at the entire working class - black, white, Hispanic and immigrant alike. Obama, the president of "Hope and Change", bolsters the American elite's War on Terror, imposing ever greater restrictions on fundamental rights; on the other hand, the administration relies on proponents of identity politics, such as Democratic Party operative Al Sharpton, to confuse and divide the working class.

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  5. The American Student Loan Racket

    The American Student Loan Racket

    This pamphlet contains a World Socialist Web Site investigative report on the history and predatory policies of the student loan industry. This specialized wing of the finance industry is bankrupting a generation, by unabashedly profiteering from the determination of young people to learn, be productive and secure a college degree. International Students for Social Equality Print Series. Single copy price, $3.00 or Buy in bulk and get 5 copies for $12.50 Learn More

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  6. The Northern Territory Intervention and Rudd's Apology: The Real Agenda

    The Northern Territory Intervention and Rudd's Apology: The Real Agenda

    This pamphlet contains articles and statements from the World Socialist Web Site on the Australian government's military intervention into Aboriginal communities which was based on the pretext of stopping child sexual abuse. Learn More

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  7. The Lessons of Wisconsin: The way forward in the fight against austerity

    The Lessons of Wisconsin: The way forward in the fight against austerity

    The articles contained in this pamphlet are a political record of the mass protests against budget cuts that erupted in Wisconsin in February 2011. Written during the course of the struggles, they examine the political forces that were arrayed against Wisconsin workers and detail the strategy and political program the Socialist Equality Party fought for to take the struggle forward. Learn More

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  8. The Political Lessons of the Bernie Sanders Campaign: What the World Socialist Web Site said

    The Political Lessons of the Bernie Sanders Campaign: What the World Socialist Web Site said

    The Sanders campaign constitutes a major political experience for the American working class. But it is also an international experience with important lessons for workers and youth around the world. The presidential bid of the so-called “democratic socialist” from Vermont is one of a number of similar political phenomena involving bourgeois politicians and parties that employ radical phrases and posture as left opponents of austerity and war in order to contain rising working class opposition and keep it trapped within the confines of the existing political and economic system. order 5 or more for $3.00/copy Learn More

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  9. French Workers in Revolt: A New Stage in the Class Struggle, November-December 1995

    French Workers in Revolt: A New Stage in the Class Struggle, November-December 1995

    On-the-spot report of the strike wave that swept France in November- December 1995 against the attacks on social programs and pensions by the right-wing government of Prime Minister Alain Juppé. Learn More

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  10. Hurricane Katrina: Social Consequences and Political Lessons

    Hurricane Katrina: Social Consequences and Political Lessons

    On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina devastated the American city of New Orleans and other cities and towns along the Gulf of Mexico. Far from being an “act of God,” the destruction wrought by the storm had its origins in the disregard for human life by the capitalist system, which condemned thousands to death, disease and years of homelessness. The articles gathered in this pamphlet examine the sociological roots of this disaster. Learn More

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