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  1. The Workers League and the Founding of the Socialist Equality Party

    The Workers League and the Founding of the Socialist Equality Party

    This pamphlet contains a report delivered by Workers League National Secretary David North to a meeting of the Workers League membership on June, 25 1995. It elaborates the political and theoretical foundations upon which the Workers League based its decision to found a new party. Learn More
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  2. 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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  3. Struggle for a Proletarian Party

    Struggle for a Proletarian Party

    James P Cannon, the founder of the American Trotskyist movement and a close collaborator of Leon Trotsky, wrote this book as part of the struggle against the petit-bourgeois opposition led by Max Shachtman and James Burnham that emerged in 1939 following the signing of the Stalin-Hitler pact. This book was written in conjunction with the political struggle waged by Trotsky against the conceptions advanced by Burnham-Shachtman, who declared the Soviet Union could no longer be defined as a workers state, albeit degenerated. In this work Cannon takes up the organizational conceptions advanced by the petit-bourgeois minority, demonstrating that they had nothing in common with the Leninist conception of the Marxist party. In particular it took up the claim advanced by the minority that the majority headed by Cannon was an example of "bureaucratic conservatism." Learn More
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