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Vol. 72/No. 48      December 8, 2008

Final push is on in ‘Militant’ sub campaign
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As we enter the final days of the international campaign to win 2,400 new and long-term readers to the Militant, supporters of the paper are finding interest from workers resisting layoffs and pay cuts, undocumented immigrants fighting for legalization, and young people attracted to a paper that explains why capitalism cannot be reformed.

Two thousand Haitians and their supporters held a spirited rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, November 21 to demand an end to deportations and the granting of Temporary Protected Status to undocumented Haitians, which would allow them to live and work in the United States for a period of time. Seven people subscribed to the Militant at the demonstration, reports Deborah Liatos.

In other cities across the United States and around the world, Militant distributors at campaign tables and factory gates and on door-to-door teams are discussing with other workers the need for labor and its allies to take political power out of the hands of the ruling billionaires in order to combat the consequences of the capitalist economic crisis.

The eight-week campaign to increase readership of the paper ends this week. All subscriptions received by December 1 will be counted and recorded in the final chart, which will appear in next week’s issue.

'Militant' Subscription Drive Fall 2008 Chart: Week 8 of 8

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