‘Stimulus’ fund for ‘Militant’ over $55,000!

By John Studer
February 8, 2021

The special “stimulus” fund appeal to readers by the Militant  has taken another step upward. We’re now at $55,037 from 112 donations to the working-class newsweekly.

“It is with great pleasure I send this ‘stimulus’ money to the Militant,” Helen Meyers wrote from St. Paul, Minnesota, “to be used in advancing the interests of the working class.”

“Enclosed is my ‘stimulus’ donation to the Militant,”  John Cotman from Frederick, Maryland, wrote Jan. 18. “As a Militant  reader since 1972, I know it will go to good use.”

This fund helps make it possible for the Militant  to respond to opportunities that develop in the class struggle, to be able to bring news on working-class fights against attacks by the bosses and their governments worldwide, and to advance solidarity with them.

It explains that the answer to all the main questions facing workers today is a class-against-class fighting course. It points to the example the revolution made by Cuba’s workers and farmers, and the importance of its principled revolutionary leadership for 62 years, that shows a road forward worldwide.

Please give as generously as you can. Send your contribution to the Militant, 306 W. 37th Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10018, or online at themilitant.com.