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Spain: Rebellion of the Indignant

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Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, Jordan…
The Arab People Rise in Struggle

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In communities throughout the United States, people gathered on the third anniversary of the start of the Iraq war to demand that the U.S. get out now. Pictured above is a vigil of over 40 people held on March 19, 2006, in Newton, NJ, in the rural northwest corner of the state. Photo by Tom Barrett. Click on photo for link to Discussion on What Next for the Antiwar Movement page.

Defend Immigrant Rights!
Stop the Raids and Deportations!

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Discussion on the U.S. Union Movement

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Venezuela, Cuba, Latin America:
The Struggle Against U.S. Corporate Domination

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Labor Against War on Iraq

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Stop the Massacre in Gaza!
End U.S. Aid to Israeli Apartheid!

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