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Vietnam - how a mass movement beat US imperialism

17 November 2001
Three decades ago a mass movement against the Vietnam War shook the US ruling class to its core. At its height 750,000 people marched in Washington and 100,000 in London. The growth of that movement holds vital lessons for the struggle against the US-led war on Afghanistan today.

US violence for a century

17 November 2001
HAWAII, 1893: seizes by force.

Full spectrum dominance: Why this war is about US power

10 November 2001
George W Bush and Tony Blair say they are waging war against "terrorism" and for "democracy" and "civilisation". In private their language and motives are very different. Long before 11 September the US state was clear that its real aims are those of global military and economic dominance.

Horror in the United States: Bitter fruit of US policy

15 September 2001
The full horror of the attacks in the US was breaking as Socialist Worker went to press. Very many innocent people had been killed or injured.

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