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Vol.64/No.10                March 13, 2000 
socialism Thousands protest as Diallo's 
killers go free
Photo - see caption below
Militant/Hilda Cuzco 
Protesters in New York City February 27. "Volpe's in jail! Why aren't they?" refers to Justin Volpe, a cop jailed for torture of Abner Louima. 
Front page articles 
socialism Defend affirmative action! (editorial)  
socialism Farmers build March 21 action in D.C.  
socialism Miners strike in Alabama over closures  
socialism U.S farmers in Cuba  
socialism Report from Tehran on elections  
Reportback from Havana Book Fair 
Building the Communist Movement

Celebrate the publication of the Spanish translation of Capitalism's World Disorder: Working-Class Politics at the Millennium, Che Guevara Talks to Young People and Making History: Interviews with Four Generals of Cuba's Revolutionary Armed Forces

These new Pathfinder titles -- plus some 350 others -- were on sale at the Havana International Book Fair in Cuba February 9-15. A Militant reporting team covered the book fair, and volunteers from six countries staffed a Pathfinder booth.

Come to a celebration of these books which are essential in responding to the new rise of resistance by workers and farmers today. Join efforts by revolutionary workers, young socialists, and their supporters to take the next essential steps in building the communist movement.

Mary-Alice Waters, President of Pathfinder Press and Editor of Che Guevara Talks to Young People and Making History
Samantha Kern, Organizer, National Executive Committee of the Young Socialists
Others to be announced

New York
Sunday, March 5, 2:00 p.m. Cooper Union, 51 Astor Place (8th St. Between 3rd and 4th Avenues.)  
Call (718) 399-7257 for more information.
San Francisco
Sunday, March 12, 2:00 p.m. The San Francisco Women's Building, 3543 18th Street (between Valencia and Guerrero Streets)  
Call (415) 282-6255 for more information.

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