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It's in the mail.

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I found something in my mailbox today. So did everyone else. I figured it was just some more busy work (the stuff I have to do that has nothing to do with teaching).

Here's the last paragraph

The important tasks for the left in the union is integrating angry new activists (of which there are plenty) into organized activity (of which there is not enough), as well as strengthening shop floor organization where possible. Demands need to be broad-based, and organizations must have open doors and guard against an internal orientation, while retaining a commitment to a rank-and-file strategy. Groups should be open to working together, which could be the first step to a broader coalition. The debate on the new contract is an excellent place to begin.


Funny thing is someone printed it out instead of sending a link to our email. Makes sense, I can't tell who it came from, didn't just ignore it, and read through it without seeing the header of the website it came from.

 

 

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New Paradigm wrote:I found something in my mailbox today. So did everyone else. I figured it was just some more busy work (the stuff I have to do that has nothing to do with teaching).

Here's the last paragraph

The important tasks for the left in the union is integrating angry new activists (of which there are plenty) into organized activity (of which there is not enough), as well as strengthening shop floor organization where possible. Demands need to be broad-based, and organizations must have open doors and guard against an internal orientation, while retaining a commitment to a rank-and-file strategy. Groups should be open to working together, which could be the first step to a broader coalition. The debate on the new contract is an excellent place to begin.


Funny thing is someone printed it out instead of sending a link to our email. Makes sense, I can't tell who it came from, didn't just ignore it, and read through it without seeing the header of the website it came from.
Scan it and post it.

 

 

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Who were those guys that followed the Nile to it's source? The rivers of collectivism always lead back to the same place.

 

 

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New Paradigm wrote: The important tasks for the left in the union is integrating angry new activists (of which there are plenty) into organized activity (of which there is not enough), as well as strengthening shop floor organization where possible. Demands need to be broad-based, and organizations must have open doors and guard against an internal orientation, while retaining a commitment to a rank-and-file strategy. Groups should be open to working together, which could be the first step to a broader coalition. The debate on the new contract is an excellent place to begin.

Great Stalin! Lenin lives, the party lives on... no more hunkering in my mom's basement pretending to be an invalid now we can take on those evil KKKonservatives full force... dial up Nanski... get us more Astroturf™, comrades we have work to do.

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Schools should be run by the people in local communities, NOT the government, it really should be public education, NOT government and "public" union employee (useful idiot) education. Yes, I've worked for unions (well not Really™ me, but someone I know very well), hated it, refuse to do it: "Brother slow down..." was all I heard. We need the Tenth Amendment.

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Quite hacking my posts Laika! Comrade New Paradigm, give us scan of letter and NY post-stamp, we make good propaganda for party.

 

 

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[highlight=#ffffff]Laika[/highlight], it's the article from that link printed out. Nothing more was added, nothing edited, nothing that will lead to anyone. I found the website by typing in the first lines into Google (it's the easiest way to catch plagiarism). Saving trees isn't always top priority.

This stuff happens all the time.

Margaret, it's one thing to use the river and another to pack up an ark and head for the falls knowingly.

Red Rooster, a friend pointed out that if the money being spent in LA was used to hire someone on the level of Stephen Hawking (give him a few million) for every 16 students and give each student $200 a day for meals it would be cheaper. NY? you don't want to know...

It wasn't post marked. Our mailboxes at work can have lose paper placed in them.

 

 

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Laika.......


Here is a scanned PDF from SocialistWorkers.org since you asked for it....

[The extension pdf has been deactivated and can no longer be displayed.]


 

 

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Comrades, I plead extreme laziness happiness . When I clicked on NP's link I began to read the glorious Socialist tripe truth and my eyes started to roll back up into my head tear up with disgust joy and never made it to the last paragraph.

 

 


 
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