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“It’s What Workers and Farmers Do,
Not Elections, That Matters”

Hear James Harris, Socialist Workers Party Candidate
for U.S. President

“What I am doing in this campaign is talking to fighters who are resisting the effects of the economic crisis. This is where political change will come from—we explain that working people need to take political power.”

-- James Harris, SWP candidate for president.

The rulers don’t see the unemployment crisis as their crisis—for them it’s a profit crisis.
The candidates of the major capitalist parties, Democratic President Barak Obama and  Republican Mitt Romney, have not put forward any jobs program for working people.

The Socialist Workers Party candidates – James Harris for president and Maura DeLuca for vice president – talk to working people about the need to fight for a massive jobs program, funded by the government, that could put millions back to work at union scale wages, to build the homes, schools, hospitals and roads that workers need.

Hear James Harris and join the discussion on –

  • The continued attacks by the bosses on wages, working conditions, immigrant workers, and the resistance by our class.

  • The civil war in Syria, the imperialist campaign against Iran, US intervention in the Middle East and its military moves in the Pacific.

  • The fight to defend abortion rights and advance women’s rights, both here and around the world.

Saturday, October 27
Dinner 6:00 pm --.Program 7:30 pm
Militant Labor Forum Hall
13 Bennington St., 2nd floor, East Boston

Suggested donation: Dinner $7, Program $5

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