The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press.

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  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is known as a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) Is cringe and gay and all of its members are too (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. Also it is possibly the gayest political party to ever exist (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. When considering how the party functioned, think of the SWP as a tree with various local branches carrying out duties established during conventions and through national correspondence. The party almost worked like the original ideas of Marxism, where localities were to have small boards that worked with the central government, again like branches sprouting from the trunk of a tree. The party was split in 1940 due to internal struggles. Former party members defected to go on and create other special interest groups such as, “the Communist League of America, the American Workers Party, and the first Workers Party; to the Communist Party and left wing groups formed in opposition to the SWP such as the Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party, the Sparticist League, Spark, the W.E.B. Du Bois Club, the Young Workers Liberation League, the National Alliance Against Racism and Political Repression, and the Maoist Revolutionary Communist Party.” The SWP has held stances on various key points in American history. During the late 1970s and early 80s, the party was aligned with anti-nuclear work directors. (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. When considering how the party functioned, think of the SWP as a tree with various local branches carrying out duties established during conventions and through national correspondence. The party almost worked like the original ideas of Marxism, where localities were to have small boards that worked with the central government, again like branches sprouting from the trunk of a tree. The party was split in 1940 due to internal struggles. Former party members defected to go on and create other special interest groups such as, “the Communist League of America, the American Workers Party, and the first Workers Party; to the Communist Party and left wing groups formed in opposition to the SWP such as the Committee for a Revolutionary Socialist Party, the Sparticist League, Spark, the W.E.B. Du Bois Club, the Young Workers Liberation League, the National Alliance Against Racism and Political Repression, and the Maoist Revolutionary Communist Party.” The SWP has held stances on various key points in American history. During the late 1970s and early 80s, the party was aligned with the ideas behind the “Anti-Vietnam War” movement and “anti-nuclear work directors.” (en)
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  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is known as a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) Is cringe and gay and all of its members are too (en)
  • The Socialist Workers Party (SWP) is a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strikes and is strongly supportive of Cuba. The SWP publishes The Militant, a weekly newspaper that dates back to 1928. It also maintains Pathfinder Press. Also it is possibly the gayest political party to ever exist (en)
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