Written by John Peterson
Sunday, 05 September 2004
Last week, the Republican National Convention met in New York City, but while inside the delegates were busy worshipping Bush, oustide massive protests – the largest in the history of U.S. political conventions – took place with an estimated 200,000 to 500,000 participating throughout the day. The mood was one of anger against Bush, but there was also a growing realisation that the Democrats are not much different.
Written by the Workers' International League
Monday, 12 July 2004
The Workers International League's
annual perspectives document is now
available. Part One looks at the real state of the US economy and the effect
this is having on the consciousness of the working class. Coming soon: the Iraq
War and Occupation, and the US Elections.