“We need a new political party that represents the entire working class!”

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ISSE members address rallies in San Diego, California

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March 05, 2010

Members of the International Students for Social Equality spoke March 4 at rallies in San Diego, which drew thousands of people to protest cuts to public education. The demonstrations were part of events throughout the state and country to oppose school closures, tuition increases, and teacher layoffs.

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9 thoughts on ““We need a new political party that represents the entire working class!”

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  8. I love it, but I think many people in the working class are still fighting against their own best interest because they’ve been duped by the Right.

    Unions are nearly dead in America and the Labor Movement is on life support. I fear that it won’t be until worker’s rights are completely stripped that many American’s will truly see how much Labor accomplished for them.

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