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  • The [[Institute for Policy Studies]]' Influence on Government Policy. The 1978 document called for "a socialist housing program...radical social change in the educational sys
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  • The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] has awarded the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award every year since 1978 ...ociate, in Washington, D.C. Each year in October, the Institute for Policy Studies hosts the annual human rights award in the names of Letelier and Moffitt to
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  • ...n]], with the assistance of the Washington DC based [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...unding for the program is currently $216,000 for the 1979-81 biennium. The Institute was housed at Portland State University which served as its sponsor.<ref>Or
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  • ...ears [[John Conyers, Jr.]] was linked to far left [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...ional Progressive Caucus]], rear [[John Cavanagh]], [[Institute for Policy Studies]]]]
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  • ...nk-tank that consistently supported policies that facilitated the foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union and weakened the position of the United States.<r The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] is closely aligned with [[The Nation]] publication.
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  • ...nk-tank that consistently supported policies that facilitated the foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union and weakened the position of the United States.<r The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] is closely aligned with [[The Nation]] publication.
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  • ...10|2010]] and [[Left Forum 2011|2011]]. The [[Left Forum]] is the new name for the [[Socialist Scholars Conference]]. .../article//Transform-at-the-LF-in-New-York.html transform! european network for alternative thinking and political dialogue, 2010]</ref>
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  • ...es with bigots just to shield the Israeli government from any consequences for denying the Palestinian people freedom and dignity." Democrats as well as Republicans have for decades attended the annual policy conference led by [[AIPAC]], which supports the Israeli military occupation
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  • What are we fighting and what are we fighting for? A Unified Left for Universal Liberation?
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  • ...10|2010]] and [[Left Forum 2011|2011]]. The [[Left Forum]] is the new name for the [[Socialist Scholars Conference]]. ...s also exposed the Party to a defection by this very wing if Obama settles for business as usual. On the international front, the American empire is stret
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  • Lee was inspired to a political career while a campaign worker for [[Shirley Chisholm]]'s 1972 presidential campaign. Chisholm was the first b ...nd justice. Yvonne was never afraid of controversy, and she was outspoken for what she believed in. We will miss her. Our thoughts and prayers are with
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  • ...m 2011|2011]], [[Left Forum 2015|2015]] The [[Left Forum]] is the new name for the [[Socialist Scholars Conference]]. ...took place March 18 - 20 at Pace University, [[New York City]]. The theme for the conference is "Towards a Politics of Solidarity".
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  • ...for [[America's Future Now!]] which is the annual conference of [[Campaign for America's Future]]. ...y leftist speakers and delegates. [[America's Future Now]] is the new name for the ''Take Back America'' conferences.
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  • ...returned to Vietnam in 1969 as an investigative journalist for Cornell and for the United Methodist Church’s [[Vietnam Education Project]] (VEP). In thi ...cier and board member of the Marxist think tank the [[Institute for Policy Studies]] (IPS). Dispatch News also employed Soviet agent [[Wilfred Burchett]]. Luc
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  • Sandra Rein ...... Socialist Studies: A Journal of the Society of Socialist Studies planet’s need to come together for climate justice. How
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  • ...cero Program. Before coming to Congress in 2003, he’d held public office for decades -- on the Tucson school board and as a member and chairman of the P ==Support for the Council on American Islamic Relations==
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  • ...ampaign 2016]] and [[People for Bernie]], [[Women for Bernie]] and [[Labor for Bernie]]. For [[Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign 2020]].
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  • ...ears [[John Conyers, Jr.]] was linked to far left [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...ional Progressive Caucus]], rear [[John Cavanagh]], [[Institute for Policy Studies]]]]
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  • ...g the death of George Floyd, and claimed outside elements were responsible for infiltrating the <ref>[https://minnesotareformer.com/briefs/after-night-of- ...mmunity has a low opinion of the protest. Because they are not for justice for Mr. Floyd - They're against it!"
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  • ...aign for America's Future]].<ref>[http://www.ourfuture.org/page/2009052122/institute-america-board-members IAF Board]</ref><ref>[http://www.ourfuture.org/page/2 He writes widely on political, economic, and national security issues for publications including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Ang
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  • ...10|2010]] and [[Left Forum 2011|2011]]. The [[Left Forum]] is the new name for the [[Socialist Scholars Conference]]. *Moderator: [[Eddie Yuen]] of the [[San Francisco Art Institute]]
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  • Rep. Edwards completed undergraduate studies at Wake Forest University and received her Juris Doctor from the University ...the cover. It was the first time during this year-long and difficult fight for a true representative government, that I shed tears of joy. Finally, the tr
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  • '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is the 2020 Presidential Campaign Infrastructure for [[Bernie Sanders]]. ...es with bigots just to shield the Israeli government from any consequences for denying the Palestinian people freedom and dignity."
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  • For more information to [[Bernie Sanders]] and [[Labor for Bernie]]. ...and [[Keegan Goudiss]], a [[Revolution Messaging]] partner who has worked for the [[Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee]], will also work on the
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  • ...n]], with the assistance of the Washington DC based [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...unding for the program is currently $216,000 for the 1979-81 biennium. The Institute was housed at Portland State University which served as its sponsor.<ref>Or
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