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Socialist Voice No. 1 (Fall 1976)

The Struggle for the Revolutionary Party [origins of the LRP]
Reconstruct the Fourth International! (editorial)
Permanent Revolution in Southern Africa
Labor and the Election
Impressions of Spain
The New York City Crisis
Italian, Portuguese Leftists Support Popular Fronts
Jamaican Workers Under Fire
Lebanon, Imperialist Victim
The Contract Fight in Auto
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Socialist Voice No. 2 (Winter 1977)

Capitalism in the Soviet Union
The Degeneration of the Fourth International (editorial)
Class Struggle in the U.S. South. Part 1: The “New South” and the Old Capitalism
Jamaican Left Faces the Crisis
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Socialist Voice No. 3 (Spring 1977)

What Are the Communist Parties?
Class Struggle in the U.S. South. Part 2: Revolutionary Perspectives for Southern Labor
The Spartacist League’s Scandalous Chauvinism
Was Trotsky a Pabloite?
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Socialist Voice No. 4 (Summer 1977)

Strategy for the Anti-Apartheid Struggle
Jimmy Carter’s New “New South”: the World
The “Marxism” of the Petty-Bourgeoisie:The Spartacist League and the USSR
Was Trotsky a Pabloite? Part 2
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Socialist Voice No. 5 (Fall 1977)

U.S. Labor and the Left (The Sadlowski Campaign)
A Bukharinist Theory of State Capitalism
Spain After the Elections
Letter to Jamaican Comrades
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Socialist Voice No. 6 (Spring 1978)

The Labor Party in the United States
Is Nationalized Property Proletarian? (Exchange on State Capitalism)
On Palestinian Self-Determination (editorial)
Oil, Coal and the Energy Program
Behind the Bakke Case
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Socialist Voice No. 7 (Fall 1978)

The Black Struggle: Which Road Today?
Carter’s Twisting African Policy
The New Indochina War, A Test of Theory
Exchange on the Gay Question
The Spartacist Tapes
Nature of the USSR
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Socialist Voice No. 8 (Fall 1979)

Myth and Reality of the Transitional Program
Rail Strike: Revolutionaries and the Unions (debate)
Spartacist Chauvinism
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Socialist Voice No. 9 (Summer 1980)

Marxism and the Draft: A Reply to the Social-Pacifist SWP
Women and Protective Legislation
Afghanistan and Pseudo-Trotskyism
For a General Strike in Britain (polemic vs. British Workers Power)
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Socialist Voice No. 10 (Fall 1980)

Polish Workers Shake the World
Special issue including the following:
Text of the Gdansk Accords
The Great Contradiction
The Crisis of Stalinism
U.S. Left in Disarray
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Socialist Voice No. 11 (Winter 1981)

Iran: Revolution, War and Counterrevolution
U.S. Elections: The Fall of Austerity Liberalism
Crime Without Punishment (editorial)
Egyptian Trotskyist Murdered
Imperialists Win Jamaican Vote
Exchange on the USSR
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Socialist Voice No. 12 (Spring 1981)

For Socialist Revolution in El Salvador
The Hostage Hustle (editorial)
Poland: Church and State vs. Workers
Is the Working Class Conservative? (exchange)
No Shortcuts to Stop Klan
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Socialist Voice No. 13 (Summer 1981)

Left Betrays Salvador Revolution
Marxist Response to Reaganism
May 3 Maneuvers (editorial)
LRP Fights Labor Aid to Junta
Poland: Solidarity Forever?
Miners Defy Capitalism
Guardian Covers for 1199 Sellouts
Stop Atlanta Murders!
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Socialist Voice No. 14 (Fall 1981)

General Strike to Stop Reagan’s Attacks
Anti-Reaganism vs. Anti-Capitalism
The Counterrevolution in Iran (editorial)
Britain’s Hot Summer
CISPES Bars Communists
Self-Determination for Ireland!
Mitterrand’s Preemptive Popular Front
Spartacist Popular Frontism on El Salvador
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Socialist Voice No. 15 (Winter 1982)

Polish Workers Under Siege
Reagan’s Russian Dilemma
Labor After Solidarity Day
Nicaraguan Arrests Aid Capitalism (editorial)
Pseudo-Trotskyists Embrace Counterrevolution PDF
PL-INCAR No Alternative to 1199 Bureaucracy
Sensational Kirkland Interview on General Strike
Exchange on the All-Peoples Congress
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Socialist Voice No. 16 (Spring 1982)

How Solidarity Snatched Defeat from Victory
Marxism vs. Reformism: A Test of Theory
Haitians Fight for Freedom
West Exploits Polish Workers
U.S. Left Marches Right
From Solidarity Day to Union Givebacks
El Salvador: If Rebels Win?
On Stalinist Capitalism
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Socialist Voice No. 17 (Fall 1982)

On the Road to Capitalist Crash
Peace Movement Sets Stage for War
Israel’s Pogrom
The Boston Busing Hoax (editorial)
Malvinas War Tests Leftists
Bolshevik League Collides with Trotskyism (Democratic vs. Proletarian Dictatorship)
Open Letter to the ICC: Reply to Slanders
Hospital Workers Need Revolutionary Strategy
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Socialist Voice No. 18 (Winter 1983)

LRP Convention Charts Course
Trotskyism vs. Ultra-Leftism
Workers Begin Concessions Fightback
Exchange on Anarchists
Polish Solidarity Liquidated
Socialist Stock Ownership?
D.C. Klan March Halted
Women’s Gains Face Capitalist Attack PDF
What Now for the Palestinians?
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Socialist Voice No. 19 (Summer 1983)

Black Upsurge Meets Electoral Trap
Karl Marx and the World Crisis
Warsaw Ghetto Fighters
International Correspondence (letters to IWG, IKL, GOR)
What’s Left? Not “Democratic Socialism”
Socialism in One Hospital?
Central America:Capping a Volcano
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Socialist Voice No. 20 (Winter 1984)

Worldwide Confrontations Loom (Renounce the Imperialist Debt!)
Democratic Party Disaster for Blacks
Planning and the Law of Value in the USSR (polemic vs. Workers Power/Britain)
The Rape of Grenada
Sri Lanka Emergency Report
RCP: Socialist or Social-Imperialist?
European Social Democracy vs. the Workers
Lebanon Shames U.S. Left
Divestment No Answer to Apartheid
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Proletarian Revolution No. 21 (Spring 1984)

Left Sinks into Democrats’ Swamp
Labor’s Dead-End Electoralism
The Theory of Permanent Counterrevolution (polemic vs. Workers Power/Britain)
Proletarian Revolution (editorial)
Reagan’s Lebanon Debacle
The Malvinas War Revisited
Is the World Debt Crisis Over?
Nicaraguan Concessions Bolster Imperialism
Grenada: An Inquest
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Proletarian Revolution No. 22 (Fall 1984)

Election ’84: Jackson Helps Democrats Move Right
Nationalism vs. Revolution in Southern Africa
New York Hospital Strike: 1199 Victorious?
Miners’ Strike Rocks Britain
Salvador Workers Revive
Trotskyism and the Russian Question
The Farrakhan Fracas: Blacks, Jews and Nationalism
Immigration Bill Threatens Workers
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Proletarian Revolution No. 23 (Spring 1985)

Reagan: Capitalism’s Last Hurrah
South African Black Workers Take the Lead
Workers Power/Britain: A Powerless Answer to Reformism
Famine, Glut & Debt, Inc. (editorial)
The Real Workers’ Vanguard
Racist Violence Explodes in New York
Nicaragua: How U.S. Defends Democracy
1199: From Sellout to Scandal
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Proletarian Revolution No. 24 (Summer 1985)

Latin Debt Threatens Capitalism
Imperialism and Soviet Imperialism
South Africa: Divestment vs. Revolution PDF
Steve Zeluck 1922-1985
Cop Violence Against Blacks Grows
China Finds Marx Unprofitable
The AFL-CIO’s “Revolution”
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Proletarian Revolution No. 25 (Winter 1986)

South Africa: The Proletarian Alternative
Communist Work in the Trade Unions (Exchange with the Austrian IKL) PDF
New Twists on Old Theories of the USSR
Bolsheviks, Sandinistas and Military Support (Reply to Workers Vanguard)
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Proletarian Revolution No. 26 (Summer 1986)

The Battle of Hormel: General Strike Against Concessions! Workers Need a New Fighting Leadership! PDF
P-9 Support in New York: With Friends Like These...
COSATU Faces Key Choice: For a Revolutionary Party in South Africa
Haiti: the Revolution Continues
Solidarity with Guillermo Lora
Theses on the Agrarian Question in the Neocolonial Countries
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Proletarian Revolution No. 27 (Winter 1987)

Porn, Feminism and the Meese Report
Gorbachev’s “Revolution”: Can Russia Be Reformed?
Iran: Fedayeen and Counterrevolution
The Democrats: Capitalism’s Graveyard Shift
Healyism Dies, Its Roots Live
More Spartacist Thuggery
South Africa: Reform or Revolution
Labor in the Wake of P-9
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Proletarian Revolution No. 28 (Spring 1987)

Reagan on the Rocks
International Women’s Day
Iran: Counterrevolution in Crisis
Philippines: Democratic Dead End
Howard Beach Lynching
Fourth International Supplement: New Tendency Formed
Re-Create the Fourth International!
Where Are the Matgamnaites Going?
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Proletarian Revolution No. 29 (Summer 1987)

Turmoil in the International Far Left (Special Issue)
“International Trotskyist Conference”: Maneuverism vs. Marxism
How Not to Combat Centrism
What Has Been Done to What Is to Be Done?
Reformism and the Russian Question
Review: Marxism Mystified
Marx’s Bolivar vs. Moreno’s Bolivar
Pseudo-Trotskyism in Nicaragua
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Proletarian Revolution No. 30 (Fall 1987)

Reflagging the Empire
Exchange on Trotskyism (with MRCI) PDF
Central America Peace Fraud
U.S. Out of the Persian Gulf!
Spartacist Thuggery in Australia
Down with the India-Sri Lanka Accord
South African Miners: Which Way Forward
Review: Democracy Is in the Streets
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Proletarian Revolution No. 31 (Spring 1988)

Jackson: Razing Hopes
After the Crash
Imperialist “Peace” Means War
NYC: Mass Action, Not Racists’ Law
Free Moses Mayekiso!
Bad Marx
Election Fraud in Haiti
Defend the Palestinian Revolution
1199’s Regressive Progressives
Left Jabs
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Proletarian Revolution No. 32 (Fall 1988)

The Democrats’ Jackson Dilemma
Australia: Class Struggle in the “Lucky Country”
MRCI: How Not to Defend Trotskyism, Part 1
ANC Stifles South African Workers
For a Palestinian Workers’ Revolution
“Let Them Eat Democracy”
Polish Workers Erupt
Left Yields in Central America
Left Jabs
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Proletarian Revolution No. 33 (Winter 1989)

The Death Agony of Stalinism
MRCI: How Not to Defend Trotskyism, Part 2
South African Workers Debate Socialism
Bush Plans Ambush for Workers
U.S., Arafat vs. Intifada
LRP Debates BT on Stalinism
NYC Transit: Reformists No Answer to Bureaucrats PDF (scan)
Massacre Looming in El Salvador
Stop the Slaughter in Iran
Trotskyist Travesties
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Proletarian Revolution No. 34 (Summer 1989)

The Massacre in Beijing
“Democracy” Explodes in the East
Women and the Family: The Ties That Bind
Trotskyism and the South African Revolution
LRP Sponsors International School
European Conference Toys with Trotskyism
CUNY: A Working-Class Victory
Let’s Win the Eastern Strike!
Brazil: The Carnival Is Over
A Revolutionary Manifesto from Belize
Left Jabs
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Proletarian Revolution No. 35 (Fall 1989)

Has Labor Turned the Corner?
Race, Class and Politics in New York (Dinkins Defeats Koch)
Imperialism’s Real Dilemma
Bush’s Drug War: Against Whom?
Poland: Solidarity Regime Threatens Workers
Soviet Strikes Shake Gorbachev
Hospital Contract No “Technicolor Dream”
Iranian Leftists Killed
Defend Abortion Rights!
Decline of the Nicaraguan Revolution
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Proletarian Revolution No. 36 (Winter 1990)

Revolution Sweeps East Europe
Namibia: New Cloak, Old Yoke
Defend Victims of SWAPO Repression
New York: Dinkins Fronts for Wall Street
The Rape of Panama
Salvador Rebels Expose “Democracy”
Productive WRP Conference
Left and East Europe
Trotskyism and South African Solidarity
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Proletarian Revolution No. 37 (Fall 1990)

Behind the Mideast War Moves
New Book on Marxist Theory of Stalinism
Budapest Conference: Healyism with a Human Face
No Peace with Racism
Class War Today
Theses on East Europe
CCNY Protests Racist Levin, Imperialist Powell
Nicaraguan Workers on the Move
Contradictions of Nelson Mandela
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Proletarian Revolution No. 38 (Winter 1991)

Imperialism’s Criminal War
The Real Anti-War Scandal
Death Agony of a Deformed Theory
New York at the Brink
Gulag in Southern Africa
S&L Swindle Exposes Capitalist Decay
Turkish Miners Spark General Strike
Imperialism’s Army: A Call to the Colors
Natalia Trotsky’s Break with the Soviet Defensists
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Proletarian Revolution No. 39 (Spring 1991)

The Emperor’s New World Order
Cuba: Socialism in One Country Again?
The War and the Working Class
Racist War No Victory for Blacks
Soviet Miners Strike at Gorbachev
The Winnie Mandela Scandal
Transit Union Prepares Sellout
CUNY Under the Knife
New York Workers Face More Pain
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Proletarian Revolution No. 40 (Fall 1991)

Behind the Black/Jewish Confrontation: Racist Offensive Heightens
Soviet Workers Face “Democratic” Repression
Revolutionary Strategy: General Strike or Labor Party?
“Swedish Model” Crumbles
Sex, Lies, Race--and Class
Kurdish Marxists’ Manifesto
ANC’s Capitulations Deepen
CCNY’s Professor Jeffries
Debate on “Hands Off Iraq”
Nationalism Shatters Yugoslavia
New York Train Crashes, Union Derailed
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Proletarian Revolution No. 41 (Spring 1992)

America’s Racist Reality (on the Los Angeles riots)
The Divide-and Conquer Election
Spartacists Support ANC/SWAPO Repression
COFI Founded
How the Left Restores Capitalism in the USSR
Haiti: Liberation Betrayed
Revolutionary Councils in Kurdistan
CUNY: For a Worker-Student Strike
Showdown in NY Transit
Teamster Rank-and-Filism: A Bogus Victory
Left Jabs
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Proletarian Revolution No. 42 (Fall 1992)

Depression Election
New York “Defends” Abortion Rights: Happy Marriage of NOW and the Democrats
WRP vs LRP: Marxism and the Class Nature of the USSR, Part 1
South Africa Massacres Bolster Negotiations
500 Years After Columbus
Racist “Justice” in Washington Heights, City Hall
Blacks and the Electoral Game
North American Free Trade Fraud
Iraq: the Struggles in the South
NWROC: Marxism or Middle-Class Radicalism?
Swedish Workers Protest Austerity
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Proletarian Revolution No. 43 (Spring 1993)

Clinton’s Solution: Wall St. Populism
Australian Crisis: Labor and Left on Trial
Black Explosions Then and Now
Spike Lee vs. Malcolm X
Clinton Bushwhacks Haitians
Chancellor’s Racist Plan for CUNY
Labor Party Lovefest in Detroit
Gay Struggle Meets Democrats’ Deathtrap
The Pink Left’s “Red-Brown” Blocs (over Russia and Bosnia)
Spartacists Terminate “Workers’ State”
Marxism and Indigenous Struggles
ISO Defends Greek Reactionaries
LRP and COFI Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 44 (Summer 1993)

Los Angeles: Racism and Revolution
South African Revolution in Danger
Clinton’s Health Care Reform Fraud
Revolutionaries and the New World Disorder
Cops, Pols and Other Worms in the Big Apple
Labor Reformists Sing “New” Notes
Clinton and Gay Rights: the Big Lie
SWP Comes Out--as Anti-Gay
WRP vs LRP: Marxism and the Class Nature of the USSR, Part 2
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Proletarian Revolution No. 45 (Fall 1993)

In Haiti and Everywhere: Imperialist Backing = Backstabbing
Class War in Illinois
Race, Class and Cop Brutality
COFI and LRP Report
U.S. in Somalia: “Restoring Hope” for Imperialism?
Independent Political Austerity
PLO Sells Out Liberation Struggle
Europe: “United We Crumble”
Vietnam: the “Working-Class War”
Russia: Yeltsin Coup Aimed at Workers
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Proletarian Revolution No. 46 (Spring 1994)

South Africa: Black Workers vs. ANC
Imperialism and Left in Disarray
Black Struggle Arms Itself
COFI and LRP Report
N.Y. Subway Worker Shot, Framed by Cops
Gun Control No Answer to Crime
Centrality of the Revolutionary Party
Paul White Betrays Revolutionary Politics
MLP: Middle-Class “Marxist-Leninists” Call it Quits
Why I Joined the LRP
NWROC’s ‘Action’ vs. Workers’ Revolution PDF (scan)
Fake Socialists Con Workers with Democrats [ISO and Spartacists]
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Proletarian Revolution No. 47 (Summer 1994)

Joblessness: Capitalist Crime
South Africa: Black Liberation Betrayed
Armed Self-Defense and the Revolutionary Program
COFI and LRP Report
Bosnia and Social-Imperialism
New York Workers Under the Gun
Frazier Case Goes to Court
Liars’ Vanguard
Staley after One Year: Bosses’ Offensive Deepens
Chiapas and the Mexican Revolution
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Proletarian Revolution No. 48 (Spring 1995)

Racist Right Turn Attacks All Workers
COFI Sets International Tasks
COFI Political Resolution
Debating Stalinism: Workers Power’s Moribund Theory, Part 1
Revolutionary Transit Notes
Capitalist Injustice: Frazier Convicted
Correspondence: The Working Class
Steven Marque Russell: 1954-1994
LRP Advances South Africa Work
Haitian Masses, Yes! U.S./Aristide, No!
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Proletarian Revolution No. 49 (Summer 1995)

Populism vs. Working-Class Revolution
South Africa: The Coming Showdown
Debating Stalinism: Workers Power’s Moribund Theory, Part 2
COFI/LRP Report
Free Mumia Abu-Jamal!
“War Zone” Battles
Labor Notes: Stressed Out in Detroit
ISO Polices the Left
The Second Mexican Revolution
Liars Vanguard Strikes Again
Corrections and Amplifications
New York: Mass Struggles Dissipate
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Proletarian Revolution No. 50 (Fall 1995)

Colin Powell: Savior of U.S. Capitalism?
Farrakhan No Answer to Racism
South Africa: Program for the Struggle Ahead
COFI/LRP Report
Bosnia: U.N. Imposes Imperialist “Peace”
“Tax the Rich”? Exchange with LAWV
New York: MTA Attacks All Workers
Detroit Strike Exposes Labor Leaders
In and Out of the ISO
Defending Mumia Abu-Jamal
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Proletarian Revolution No. 51 (Spring 1996)

’96 Election: Racist, Anti-Worker Trap
French Workers Show the Way
COFI/LRP Report
ISO’s Right Turn to Labor
Haiti Occupation Switches Frontmen
Capitalism Revives Human Bondage
Australian Class Struggle
Detroit Left Strikes Out
New York Unions Beg for Class Peace
Liars Vanguard Catches LRP Not in the Act
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Proletarian Revolution No. 52 (Summer 1996)

Clinton/Dole: What Is to Be Done?
Britain: Death Agony of the Labour Left
Defeat Anti-Immigrant Attacks!
COFI/LRP Report
Yeltsin, “Communist Opposition” Both Serve Capital
Did the U.S. Aid Bosnia?
German Workers March Against Austerity
NY Transit Union Hacks, Old and New, Play Bosses’ Game
Reply to Namibian WRP: Trotskyism in Southern Africa
Democratic Party Advocates Found “Labor Party”
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Proletarian Revolution No. 53 (Winter 1997)

The Bankruptcy of Progressive Politics
China’s Capitalist Revolutions
Revolutionary Workers’ Campaign in South Africa
COFI/LRP Report
Twenty Years of the LRP
Welfare “Reform” Hits New York Working Class
Transit Workers Railroaded with Slave-Labor Contract
Did the Spartacists Scab?
Defend Chicago Anti-Klan Militants!
Revolutionaries and Elections in Australia
Pre-emptive Counterrevolution in Iraqi Kurdistan?
Palestinians Explode “Peace Process”
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Proletarian Revolution No. 54 (Spring 1997)

Stop Workfare--Jobs for All!
New Revolutionary Group in South Africa, with documents from the Workers International Vanguard League
Korean Strikes Shatter Imperialist Order
COFI/LRP Report
Why the Detroit Strike Was Knifed
Revolutionary Campaign in New York Transit
Behind Reactionary Taliban in Afghanistan
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Proletarian Revolution No. 55 (Fall 1997)

End Anti-Immigrant Attacks!
Congo Upheaval: Revolutionary Prospects
COFI/LRP Report
Lessons of the UPS Victory
New York Hospital Contract
Carl Cowl: A Personal and Political Remembrance
LRP Convention Sets Propaganda Group Tasks
LRP Debates Rank-and-Filist WoVo
South African Revolutionary Tours U.S.
WIVL Calls for Discussion of Fourth International
The Spartacist School of Falsification
The Fight Against Police Terror
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Proletarian Revolution No. 56 (Spring 1998)

Chicago: Fighting Police Brutality
Asian Crisis Jolts World Capitalism
Government Out of the Teamsters!
LRP Report
White House Scandals, Imperialist Crimes
Rough Ride Ahead for NYC Transit Workers
Workfare March Bows to Bureaucrats
Marxism and the Capitalist State
Squeals from Carey’s Left Chorus
Correspondence on the Epoch of Capitalist Decay
Heaven, Nature and WWP Hail Kim Jong Il
Propaganda and Agitation in Building the Revolutionary Party
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Proletarian Revolution No. 57 (Summer/Fall 1998)

Racist Murder Demands Self-Defense
Australia: Wharfies’ Struggle Betrayed
Indonesia’s Revolutionary Crisis
COFI/LRP Report
Union Tops Downsize Hospital Workers
NY Transit: No New Direction
Splits in South African Unions
Imperialists, Serbia Out of Kosovo!
Why Has the LRP Been Isolated? (original title: “On Revolutionary Isolation”)
PLP: Road to Revolution 0.0
KKK March Halted in Cicero
Chicago Police Brutality: LRP vs. WWP
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Proletarian Revolution No. 58 (Winter 1999)

The Specter of Economic Collapse
Today’s Black Leadership Crisis
South Africa: Austerity Provokes Mass Anger
COFI/LRP Report
The Bloody Imperial Presidency
Russia: Yeltsin, CP Enforce Austerity
Hands Off DC 37!
Letter on the Asian Crisis
State Repression of Socialists in South Korea
In and Out of the German ISO
Anti-Fascist Demonstration in Bonn
Mass Action Can Free Mumia Abu-Jamal
U.S. Hands Off Puerto Rico!
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Proletarian Revolution No. 59 (Summer 1999)

U.S. Imperialism Out of the Balkans!
LRP/COFI Report
Defending Mumia: Mass Mobilization is Key
Moratorium Debate in Illinois: Abolish Capitalism’s Racist Death Penalty
Surviving the ISO
South Africa: The ANC’s ‘Last Chance’ Election
New York Workers Flex Muscles
Self-Determination and Military Defense: The Marxist Method
New York: No Peace with Racist Police!
Chicago: Epidemic of Police Killings
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Proletarian Revolution No. 60 (Winter 2000)

Showdown in New York Transit
COFI/LRP Report
Battle over Seattle
Indonesia: Mass Upheavals Face Betrayal
Bloody Betrayal in East Timor
Cold-Blooded Police Killing in Baltimore
How Can We Win Justice for Amadou Diallo?
Iran: Regime on the Brink
New York: Why the Klan Wasn’t Smashed
Workers Vanguard’s Fabrications
The Revival of Authentic Marxism in the U.S.
U.S. Military Out of Vieques!
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Proletarian Revolution No. 61 (Summer 2000)

Bush/Gore: Is There a Lesser Evil?
Ralph Nader’s Corporate Campaign
LRP/COFI Report
ISO vs. SWP: Who’s More Opportunist?
April in Washington: From Battle in Seattle to Fizzle in the Drizzle
U.S. Intervention Threatens Colombia
Ukraine: Left Parties Aid Authoritarian Regime
Puerto Rico: For Mass Action Against U.S. Imperialism
Free Mumia Abu Jamal! Defend Mumia’s Supporters!
New York: Battle Against Police Brutality Needs Revolutionary Leadership
Bureaucrats Cuddle Up to Cops
Boycott Strategy is a Diversion
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Proletarian Revolution No. 62 (Winter 2001)

Racism Rules: The Fraud of U.S. Democracy
LRP/COFI Report
Nader: Saving Capitalist America from Itself
Defend the Palestinian Intifada!
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Proletarian Revolution No. 63 (Fall 2001)

Lessons From Cincinnati: Rebellion Against Police Terror
LRP/COFI Report
Where We Stand: No to New Reformist Parties!
Huge Quebec Protest Confronts Trade Summit
Protest and Repression in Genoa
Class Struggle on the Rise in Australia: Socialist Alliance Prepares Reformist Dead-End
New Bureaucracy Threatens Workers’ Militancy: Overturn in New York Transit Union
Revolutionary vs. Reformist Methods in the Unions
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Proletarian Revolution Winter 2002 Supplement

U.S. Imperialism Is Waging War At Home as Well as Abroad
New York Post Attacks CUNY War Opponents
Ruling-Class Attack on War Critics
Postal Workers Face Anthrax Danger
U.S. Out of Afghanistan! Defeat Imperialism!
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Proletarian Revolution No. 64 (Spring 2002)

Bush’s Bloody Empire
LRP/COFI Report
Argentina: IMF vs. Working Class
Repudiate the Imperialist Debt!
Argentina -- Crisis and Revolutionary Program
Comment by Vicente Balvanera
LRP Reply to Vicente Balvanera
Stop U.S. Attacks on Immigrants!
Correction on the Slogan “Open the Borders”
Stalinist Expansion, the Fourth International and the Working Class
Letter from Daniel Bengoechea
Enron and Capitalist Decay
For Arab Workers’ Revolution To Smash Israeli/U.S. Terror!
Washington Palestine Solidarity Protest: Sectarians and Slogans
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Proletarian Revolution No. 65 (Fall 2002)

Stop U.S. Imperialist War on Iraq!
Police Terror Since September 11: The Red, White and Blue Wall of Silence
Theories of Stalinism’s Collapse
New Ruling Class from Old
Their Predictions and Ours
And a Peaceful Counterrevolution Was Had by All
LRP/COFI Report
Corporate Scandals Expose War on Workers
Class War on the Docks
Palestinian Mass Struggle: Enemies Within and Without
Spartacist Chauvinism on Immigration, Palestine
Kashmir: From Paradise to Hell
COFI-Germany: Declaration on the Federal Elections
Chicago: Teachers’ Reform Leaders Capitulate
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Proletarian Revolution No. 66 (Winter 2003)

Defend Iraq Against U.S. Attack! Behind Imperialist War Moves
New York: Union Tops Sabotage Transit Struggle
Lessons of the Vietnam Movement
LRP/COFI Report
Where We Stand: The One-Sided Class War
Why Marxists Are Atheists
“No Draft” Is No Answer!
Left Strikes Out in TWU Struggle
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Proletarian Revolution No. 67 (Spring 2003)

U.S. Takeover of Iraq Threatens World: Global Mass Opposition Demands Revolutionary Leadership!
Why We Say “Defend Iraq, Defeat U.S. Imperialism!”
The Search for a New World Order
Shades of 1914 and 1939: The Capitalist Fear of War and Revolution
Stop the War on Immigrants!
COFI Declaration on the War Against Iraq
LRP/COFI Report
Movements, Misleaders and the Role of Revolutionaries: Spartacist Anti-LRP Polemics Backfire
Letter on the “Hebrew-Arab Workers Revolution”
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Proletarian Revolution No. 68 (Summer-Fall 2003)

U.S. Out of Iraq!
Budget Crisis Ravages Cities and States: General Strike to Fight Layoffs and Cutbacks!
French Workers Demand General Strike
LRP Trounces Spartacists in Imperialism Debate
Spartacists Claim “No Victory”
Spartacist Statistics Reveal USSR Didn’t Collapse
Black Liberation and the Working Class
LRP/COFI Report
PTS and the Boycott Tactic: Lessons of the Argentine Elections
On The Sixtieth Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
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Proletarian Revolution No. 69 (Winter 2004)

U.S. Out Now! Iraq Occupation in Disarray
Bolivia’s Unfinished Revolution
LRP/COFI Report
Chicago: Teachers’ Union Squelches Fight
New York: TWU Elections Expose Reformists
Anti-War Leaders Divert Struggle
The Leninist Position on Conscription
Lenin Article on Militarism: Anti-Militarist Propaganda and Young Socialist Workers’ Leagues
CWI Group Guilty of Ukraine Fraud
Open Letter to the Committee for a Workers’ International
Letter to IBT on Immigrants’ Rights
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Proletarian Revolution No. 70 (Spring 2004)

Democrats No Answer to Bush
U.S. Sponsors Death-Squad Coup in Haiti
U.S. Hands Off Venezuela!
LRP-COFI Report
Lessons of California Supermarket Strike
Imperialism’s China Card
Defend Gay Marriage
A Dialogue on the Democrats
Democratic Party “Leninists”
Iraq: Fighting Imperialist Devastation
Brazil: Workers’ Party Betrays Workers
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Proletarian Revolution No. 71 (Summer 2004)

Imperialism Unmasked by Iraq Debacle
No Choice in 2004 Election -- Bush, Kerry Demand War, Austerity
COFI/LRP Report
Walter Daum vs. John Kerry: LRP Revolutionary in Face-to-Face Confrontation with Democratic Presidential Candidate over Iraq
ISO Fibs: “We Protested Kerry Too”
Wal-Mart: Vanguard of Capitalism
Dominican Crisis Demands Revolutionary Solution
Gay Marriage Faces Bipartisan Opposition
Israel’s New Assults on Palestine
Kerry’s Domestic Program Attacks Workers
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Proletarian Revolution No. 72 (Supplement) (September 2004)

Bush and Kerry Mean War, Racism, Attacks on Workers
Reproductive Rights Under Attack
U.S. Terror Faces Mass Iraqi Opposition
ISO: Endorsing the Lesser Imperialist
COFI/LRP Report
In Memoriam: David Melamed
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Proletarian Revolution No. 73 (Winter 2005)

U.S. Imperialism in Iraq: Bloody War, Phony Election
Why “No Draft” Is No Answer
Why Bush Won: Class, Race in the U.S. Election
Labor Confronts Wal-Mart
Million Worker March Misses the Mark
COFI/LRP Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 74 (Spring 2005)

Sham Election Maintains Imperialist Rule -- U.S. Out of Iraq!
Cosby’s Campaign Against Black Workers
Bolivia: Revolutionary Prospects and Reactionary Threats
Enter the Dragon: China’s New Proletariat
“Progressive” Union Leaders Betray Hotel Strike
COFI/LRP Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 75 (Fall 2005)

The Gulf Coast Catastrophe -- Racist Capitalism’s “Perfect Storm”
Iraq Constitution Maintains Imperialist Grip
Defeat U.S. Imperialism!
What’s Wrong with the Anti-War Movement?
CCNY Cracks Down on Anti-Military Protesters
Social Security under Attack
COFI/LRP Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 76 (Winter 2006)

This special supplementary issue published during our intense work in the NYC transit struggle is available for 50¢ a copy.
Katrina Survivors Still Under Attack
From the Editors
Bush on the Run
New York Transit Strike Shows Working-Class Power
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Proletarian Revolution No. 77 (Spring 2006)

Millions March for Immigrant Rights
New York Transit Workers Get Raw Deal
U.S. Imperial Authority Cracking
France: Mass Protests Set Back Anti-Worker Law
Solidarity with the Revolt of Oppressed Youth in France!
Auto Workers’ Resistance Grows
On the Racist Anti-Muslim Cartoons
COFI-LRP Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 78 (Fall 2006)

Imperialist Debacle in Mideast
Democrats and Republicans, Enemies of Immigrant Workers
In Defense of Bolshevik Military Policy: Once Again on Conscription
Political Crisis in Mexico: Defend the Oaxaca Popular Assembly
Remember the Hungarian Revolution!
Protest Execution of Iranian Gays!
U.S. Imperialism: Hands Off Iran!

Lebanon: Defeat U.S., Israeli Imperialism
Mumia Abu Jamal: The Fight for Freedom
Carol Lang Loses Arbitration
COFI-LRP Report
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Proletarian Revolution No. 79 (Winter 2007)

U.S. Rulers Switch Horses in Midterm
Mexico: Lessons of 2006
Immigrant Workers and the Democratic Party Hoax
Stop Racist Police Terror!
Morales/Shakur Center at CCNY Under Attack
The Impasse of “Left” Populism in Quebec
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Proletarian Revolution No. 80 (Fall 2007)

Imperialist Carnage in Iraq Continues
Venezuela: Chávez vs. Working Class
Double Talk on the Party
South African Public Worker Strike: Militancy Thwarted by Reformism
Defend Iran against U.S. Imperialism! Correspondence with WCPI
LRP Reply to Trotskyist Fraction’s Appeal
Immigrant Workers Face Crackdown
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Proletarian Revolution No. 81 (Spring 2008)

Election ’08 Won’t Win Real Change
The Fight for the Revolutionary Party: Sy Landy, 1931-2007
Auto Workers Betrayed -- Again
Revolutionary Program for Cuba
Obama and Racist America
Venezuelan Workers and the Referendum: No to Chávez, Yes to Socialism!
Reinstate Orlando Chirino!

Supplement to PR 81 (Summer 2008)

No support to Capitalist Parties!
LRP Supporter Wins Transit Union Post
Anti-War Conference Clashes Over Afghanistan, Democrats

Proletarian Revolution No. 82 (Winter 2010)

Barack Obama: Wall Street’s Warrior
COFI/LRP Report
Report on LRP/ISL Political Discussions
Stop U.S/Israeli War Threats against Iran!
The Future of Palestine
EFCA: A Trap for Workers
Republic Windows Factory Occupation
How the Stella D’oro Workers Could Have Won
The Auto Crisis
Obama Backs Reaction in Honduras
Marxist Analysis of the Capitalist Crisis: Bankrupt System Drives Toward Depression PDF
(this also includes “What Marx Really Said about Crises”)

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Proletarian Revolution No. 83 (Fall 2010)

As European Workers Battle Austerity: World Economic Crisis Resurges
COFI/LRP Report
Mumia in Danger!
Race, Class and the Crisis: A Marxist Analysis of the Tea Party Movement
The Opening Salvo: The Working Class Must Rule China!
The Gulf Oil Spill – A Capitalist Crime
“One Nation Working Together” Is a Lie! Voting for Democrats Will Never Win Jobs!
Millions Protest to Defend Retirement: French Workers Strike Back
New York Transit Workers Confront Layoffs
Venezuela: Support Dwindling for Chávez’s Fake Socialism – Workers’ Revolution is the Answer for Workers and the Poor!
Stop the Capitalist War on Immigrants! Unconditional Amnesty for All!
No to the Pentagon’s “Dream Act”
Defend the “Ground Zero Mosque”! Stop Attacks on Muslims and Immigrants!

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