The Guardian • struggle

Issue #2003

With inexhaustible patriotic love and creative impulse

We do not say it, history does: when the Cuban people, making use of their will and their fortitude, undertake a goal, they do not...

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A person in festive costume, Carazo, Nicaragua. Issue #2065

Nicaragua: the path to independence

The years under neo-liberalism in Nicaragua saw trade union rights stripped away, collective bargaining agreements junked and, as trade union strength waned, living standards plummeted....

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Issue #2038

End the blockade!

1st January marked the 64th anniversary of Cuba’s national liberation. On New Year’s Day, 1959, the brutal US-backed dictator Fulgencio Batista fled the country after...

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Issue #1992

With a new year, the struggle continues

Welcome back readers!

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Issue #2022

Amazon free one-day delivery built on extreme exploitation

Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, has announced plans to roll out free one-day delivery for hundreds of thousands of products in Melbourne and Sydney...

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Issue #2011

The LGBTQ+ struggle in Australia

The month of June is known as Pride Month around the globe. Originating out of the US to commemorate the Stonewall riots – a series...

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Stand out in front of the ADF Offices. Issue #2054

50th Anniversary of the foundation of the Polisaro Front

On the 10th May CPA Sunshine Coast Branch members travelled to Brisbane to take part in a stand out in front of the ADF Offices....

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Issue #2098


International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day, can be quite a nostalgic event. Workers remember past struggles and victories. We celebrate old achievements, like...

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