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WW at wwp.blythe.org
Tue Feb 14 21:17:40 MST 1995
NEWS FROM A MARXIST VIEW NOW AVAILABLE BY E-MAIL
Workers World, a Marxist newspaper published in
the U.S. since 1959, is now available by e-mail.
The e-mail edition includes stories from Workers World
newspaper as well as Liberation & Marxism magazine
and "what's-happening" announcements for activists. The
e-mail edition is distributed by Workers World Service.
ABOUT WORKERS WORLD SERVICE
Workers World Service is produced by the staff of Workers World
newspaper. Headquartered in New York City, Workers World has
branch offices in most major cities in the U.S. and has
correspondents from around the world. The paper has been a
leading socialist voice since 1959.
Worker World provides news and analysis not available from the
corporate-controlled media. Articles are mostly written by
participants in the struggle--trade unionists, the unemployed,
fighters from community and environmental groups. All are
activists and leaders in the struggles against racism, against
the oppression of lesbians and gay men, for the rights of women,
the disabled, students, etc.
Workers World can be reached at 55 W. 17th St.,
New York, NY 10011. Phone (212) 627-2994.
Fax (212) 675-7869.
THE E-MAIL EDITION
To subscribe to the e-mail edition of Workers World
Service, send a message to listserv at wwp.blythe.org.
The subject line of the message doesn't need to say
anything. In the message say "subscribe workers-l" --
don't use the quote marks. If this fails, send a message
to ww at wwp.blythe.org. Indicate the name of the list you
want to subscribe to and be sure to include your e-mail
address as part of the message. This will take longer to
activate, but it is sure to work.
To cancel your subscription to this list send a message
to listserv at wwp.blythe.org. Leave the subject line blank.
In the message say "unsubscribe workers-l"
WORKERS-L is a moderated list. You can send your comments to
ww at wwp.blythe.org, but they will not automatically be
distributed to the list.
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