Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

About The New Voice


First Published: The New Voice, Vol. II, No. 9, May 7, 1973.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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THE NEW VOICE is a biweekly newspaper of political discussion and labor news, reports on the anti-war movement and anti-imperialist liberation struggles, and analysis of life and culture under capitalism.

There are New Voice Distribution Committees in the Sacramento and South Bay areas, and we have friends around the country. These groups write for and distribute THE NEW VOICE. They also have political discussions and help members in struggles on the job and in unions and other organizations. Everyone who believes it is important to distribute THE NEW VOICE and to help build this movement is welcome to attend meetings and join a Distribution Committee.

If you would like to contact THE NEW VOICE or send comments, criticisms, or a contribution, write:

THE NEW VOICE P.O. Box 16140 Sacramento, CA. 95816