We CAN Change The World
New Democracy works for democratic revolution*. Welcome to our website! Please take this opportunity to explore and please share what you find with friends, family and coworkers.
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October 3, 2005
New: No War But Class War by Beth Moore
Veterans of Labor
Wars Found New Solidarity Organization &
Chapters from We CAN Change the World concerning Marxism:
Hope and Revolution Communism and Counterrevolution From Marx to Lenin
A Call for a New Solidarity Movement (html) (.pdf) &
Fight to Win: A Strategy for Working People (html) (.pdf) &
Solidarity Now flyer about the wildcat strikes at London's Heathrow airport (PDF)
The London Bombings and the Class War by Dave Stratman
Back to the Future by Tom Laney
My Father and the Public Good by Susan Ohanian
HARVARD'S TABOO SUBJECT: SHOULD THERE BE A JEWISH STATE IN PALESTINE? by John Spritzler
A Tribute to George Cornwell by Larry Solomon
Right and Wrong Responses to Palestinian Suicide Bombers by John Spritzler
Poetry by Gary Corseri: Collateral Damage
Report Cards by Robin Kirkpatrick
Should People Who Oppose Bigotry and Anti-Semitism Support Israel? by John Spritzler
The Triumph of Liberalism by Dave Stratman
MassRefusal Goes International
"No More Blood For Nationalism"
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We CAN Change The World: The Real Meaning Of Everyday Life by
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Why We Refused to Vote For President In 2004!
The 2004 Election Pledge
Visit: War Stories, our collection of links to the some of the best antiwar articles on the Web.
*Most Americans want a society based on real democracy and equality and on the solidarity and friendship that already exist among ordinary people.
But ordinary working people do not run the show. More and more, our world is dominated by a small group of extremely wealthy individuals who control the big corporations and the government and impose their values of competition and greed on the rest of us. Capitalism, like communism, is incompatible with real democracy.
We need a revolution to defeat this undemocratic elite and build a better society. Revolution is possible because people are already trying to change the world when they defend and promote their values in their everyday lives. The constant effort of ordinary people to do the right thing - to stick together, to share what they have, to listen to and help others, in spite of the persistent messages of capitalism to just "look out for number one," is the realistic foundation for a new world. The logic of extending this effort to all of society is revolution. This is the struggle which will define the 21st century and inspire hope of a better future around the globe.