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Socialist Workers Party Hints it Won’t File Lawsuit to Regain Exemption from Campaign Disclosure

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The May 8 issue of The Militant has a page one story, continued on page four, which gives one the impression that the Socialist Workers Party will not go back to court to reinstate its long-standing exemption from having to file reports on the identity of persons who give contributions to the party. 25 more words

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Quick notes on anti-Trumpism and current possibilities

The current wave of resistance to Trump’s immigration ban, and the regime in general, is pretty exciting. More than anything else, it makes me think of the 2003 anti-war movement. 705 more words


Glasgow Protests Trump's Inauguration

Protests were held in the city centre of Glasgow yesterday regarding the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. A protest in George Square was organised by a number of Glasgow organisations, including Glasgow Free Pride, as an alternative to the Stand Up To Racism rally at the Donald Dewer Statue. 239 more words

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Falling Down spins out a desperate narrative of confusion and mania, one man’s response to increasing alienation, an increasingly crazy and violent response that feeds on that alienation to compound the problem rather than finding a way through it. 1,299 more words

Len McCluskey's campaign is a mess

The campaign for General Secretary of Unite really caught fire today – leading the BBC’s bulletins in the morning and gaining traction as the day went on: with Len McCluskey and Gerard Coyne confronting each over attitudes to the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn and Brexit. 622 more words

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Socialist Workers Party Asks Federal Election Commission for an Extension of its Exemption from Reporting Campaign Finances

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In 1982, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Socialist Workers Party is entitled to an exemption from reporting its campaign contributors, because the evidence showed that persons identified with the SWP were likely to be harassed. 79 more words