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Date: Mon, 6 Apr 98 10:51:19 CDT
From: scott@rednet.org (Scott Marshall)
Subject: Communist Party USA plans regional meetings
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Communist Party USA plans regional meetings

In the People's Weekly World,4 April 1998

From New Haven to Seattle, the Communist Party is gearing up for the special regional meetings which will take place the weekend of April 25 and 26 in 10 cities.

Participants in the meetings will have the benefit of hearing opening remarks by Gus Hall, CPUSA national chairman. The special videotaped presentation will be shown at each of the ten meetings. Hall's opening will address many of the issues and concerns that have prompted people to take the step of joining the Communist Party, among them unemployment and the struggle for jobs, union-busting, racism and the fight for equality.

The meetings are being called because of the tremendous growth in membership and interest in the ideas and activity of the Communist Party. They will be an opportunity for new members to meet the Party "in person," and will focus on the struggles of the day and how a growing, public, action- oriented Communist Party participates in and contributes to those struggles.


  • New Haven, ConDn
  • allas
  • North Carolina (city to be announced)
  • Florida (city to be announced)
  • Los Angeles
  • Seattle
  • Chicago
  • Cleveland
  • New York
  • Tucson, Arizona.

For more information on locations and exact times of the meetings, call 1-800-923-8061 or email swebb@cpusa.org.

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