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USA: Protest At Delphi World Headquarters January 23

Written by "Future of the Union" Tuesday, 17 January 2006
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Rank and file United Auto Workers in the USA are picketing the Delphi World Headquarters in Michigan on Monday, January 23. We are republishing their appeal for support and participation, published on Future of the Union. If you are in the area and can make it, be there!
 

Two letters on the New York TWU Strike

Written by In Defence of Marxism Thursday, 12 January 2006
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We publish two letters commenting on the recent New York TWU strike, one from the USA and another from Venezuela. The strike has exposed once more the fact that the two main US parties, Republicans and Democrats are not enemies, but partners opposed to the working class. The strike has also highlighted the fact that in the USA there is not just the imperialist bourgeoisie, but also a might working class that is an ally of the workers of the world.
 

USA: The Anti-Immigration Laws - Who Are the Real Friends of Latin American Workers?

Written by Jose Bedia Thursday, 12 January 2006
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A new anti-immigration bill is being considered in the United States that would be used to criminalize and persecute mainly the millions of Latino workers. The aim of course is not to “send them back” for these workers are quite useful to the US bosses. Without legal rights they can be paid less than the other workers, and so they make bigger profits for the bosses. The aim is to actually make it even easier to exploit them.
   

The Death of a City

Written by Charles Boyd Friday, 06 January 2006
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Iraq was consciously destroyed by intense bombing. New Orleans was destroyed thanks to negligence on the part of the powers that be. Reconstruction is proving painfully slow, but the beneficiaries are the same companies as in Iraq, corporate giants like Halliburton and Bechtel. Whether it be the suffering of the Iraqi people or of the US working class, the same parasites at the top benefit.
 

Editorial of the US Socialist Appeal Issue 22 - USA: Events, Events, Events...

Written by US Socialist Appeal Editorial Board Thursday, 05 January 2006
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Class contradictions are increasing sharply in the USA, the “richest country in the world”. The recent strike of the New York Transit Workers has brought into sharp relief that there are two Americas, one for the rich and one for the poor. Although that strike was derailed by the union leadership it marks the beginning of a new era in trade union relations in the USA, one of bitter conflict.
   

USA: While the Big Three Savage Delphi, Auto Workers Demand: “No Concessions!”

Written by David May Thursday, 05 January 2006
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A major attack on trade union rights is also going ahead at Delphi. If the UAW workers there are forced to take a 63 percent pay cut and severe attacks on healthcare benefits and pension rights it will not be long until the bosses begin demanding similar cuts in other industries. A victory for the Delphi autoworkers would be a victory for the whole of the US working class.
 

United Auto Workers Are Marching In Detroit To Say, “No Concessions!”

Written by In Defence of Marxism Thursday, 05 January 2006
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Join the protest march this Sunday in Detroit organised by the rank and file UAW Soldiers of Solidarity. When: Sunday, January 8, 2006 Time: 12PM till 4PM.
   

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