Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

About the League for a Labor Republic

First Published: The New Voice, Vol. X, No. 14, April 26, 1982.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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The League for a Labor Republic stands for the overthrow of monopoly capitalism. It demands a new state–a labor republic–run by the working people, primarily the working class, which will reclaim the wealth of society from the monopoly capitalists. The LLR works to build the great unity of the working class, and it recognizes the rights of all who contribute to the struggle against monopoly capitalism. It fights racism and national oppression. It supports the global liberation movement. The League for a Labor Republic fights for every gain that the oppressed and exploited can wrest from the ruling class, and it calls on the working people to topple the monopoly capitalists and organize themselves as the ruling class.