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Why the working class needs socialism

Meeting: Why the working class needs socialism Come hear Niles Niemuth, the Socialist Equality Party candidate for Congress from Michigan’s 12th District. Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018, 7 p.m. Biddle Hall, 3239 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte, MI Niles will address the growing support for socialism among workers and youth, produced by record social inequality, continuous attacks on wages and social programs, and unending war. These issues effect us in Michigan, the US, and worldwide. The fight for genuine socialism means a fight against the capitalist profit system. It requires that the working class build its own political party against the Democrats, the Republicans and the status quo they defend. For more information, visit Niles2018.com and the World Socialist Web Site at wsws.org.

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