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£150,000 appeal: support the paper that's on your side

Issue No. 2067

From the smallest local disputes to the biggest international campaigns, Socialist Worker stands at the heart of the struggle for a better world – and stands proudly on your side.

In recent months we have thrown our weight behind postal workers fighting attacks on their jobs, pay and conditions. We’ve helped to mobilise for mass demonstrations to demand an end to war and occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan.

And we’ve played a vital role defending civil rights, fighting privatisation, opposing racism and building Respect as a left wing alternative to New Labour.

Socialist Worker is also one of the few publications that stands up against the steady rightwards drift of the mainstream media. We carve out a rare space where people can debate the realities behind headline issues such as crime and immigration.

But Socialist Worker doesn’t just comment from the sidelines. We actively set out to connect together the struggles breaking out across the world – and help build a united network against war and neoliberalism.

All of this demands a great deal in terms of money and resources – and we rely on readers like you to fund what we do. This year the Socialist Worker Appeal aims to raise £150,000 to allow us to carry on with our work. If you like what we’re doing, then please help out.

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Tue 4 Sep 2007, 18:44 BST
Issue No. 2067
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