Last fall Militant supporters sold more than 2,000 subscriptions through a successful nine-week campaign. A highlight of the drive was subscriptions sold to industrial workers. This included 30 at the Dakota Premium Foods plant in South St. Paul, Minnesota; 18 to workers at the American Apparel garment plant in Los Angeles; and 18 at the JBS Swift meatpacking plant in Marshalltown, Iowa.
Many of these workers and others will be interested in discussing the Militants unique and invaluable coverage on the worldwide capitalist economic crisis, Washingtons escalating war in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and examples of resistance by working people around the world.
Those renewing their subscriptions during the drive can purchase Pathfinders new book at the special price of $10, a 50 percent discount. This offer is also available for new subscribers won during the renewal drive.
Malcolm X, Black Liberation, and the Road to Workers Power, which includes more than 130 drawings and photographs, explains how workers who are Black have been in the vanguard throughout the history of the class struggle in the United States, and how it is only by the working class taking political power that an effective fight can be waged to rid society of the dictatorship of capital and all its forms of racism and exploitation. The book rolls off the press January 15 and will be available in Spanish in March.
An international goal for the drive will be set over the coming week as Militant distributors meet and adopt quotas for the renewal campaign and sales of Pathfinders new book.
Workers pick up Militant at factory-gate sales
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