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The class struggle is rapidly heating up, and we need your help in order to expand our response. Can you make a $10 donation today to the WSWS?

Skyrocketing food and fuel prices are driving growing numbers of workers into struggle all around the world. In the US, strikes have broken out in recent weeks by Case New Holland farm and heavy equipment workers in Wisconsin and Iowa and nurses in New Jersey. Major battles are on the horizon, including tens of thousands of West Coast port workers, Los Angeles teachers, nurses in Minnesota and others facing contract expirations in the weeks ahead.

Beyond the United States, 50,000 British rail workers will strike later this month against wage, job and pension cuts; airport strikes have hit France and other European countries in recent weeks; and Ford autoworkers in India have been carrying out a factory occupation against the planned closure of their workplace.

While inflation has become the focal point of workers’ anger, it is among a whole series of social grievances building up in the working class. Degrading sweatshop conditions, overwork, understaffing, six or seven-day workweeks, the ongoing pandemic and deadly working conditions: All these issues and more are fueling discontent.

The World Socialist Web Site’s coverage of the burning issues confronting workers is absolutely incomparable. We are fighting every day to give a voice to workers and to shine a light on the brutal conditions in workplaces.

The WSWS has been alone in conducting any serious reporting on the tragic and horrific death of 39-year-old Caterpillar worker Steven Dierkes, who fell into a crucible with molten metal on June 2. Similarly, the WSWS has been totally unique in reporting on—and mobilizing opposition against—the growing victimization of nurses, such as Tennessee nurse RaDonda Vaught.

The WSWS does not simply report on events, however. Our publication is the organizing center for the working class. We work continuously to assist workers and provide a fighting political perspective.

But we cannot carry out this work and meet our responsibilities to the working class without the financial support of you, our readers. We must send our reporters to new locations, print leaflets, hold meetings, produce multimedia, grow our staff and reach the widest possible audience internationally. All of this requires significant resources.

We ask you to become a regular financial supporter of the WSWS today. Please make the largest possible donation you can, and consider setting up a monthly payment to sustain our work.

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United States
Checks can be made payable to WSWS.
Socialist Equality Party,
PO Box 48377, Oak Park, MI 48237. Tel: 248-264-3735
Canada
Socialist Equality Party/ Parti de l’egalite socialiste,
PO Box 183, Station B Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3B 3J7
Britain
Socialist Equality Party,
Box 106, 88 Queen Street, Sheffield S1 2FW
Tel: 0845 3697 470
Germany
Sozialistische Gleichheitspartei,
Postfach 61 02 02
10923 Berlin
Australia
Socialist Equality Party,
PO Box 574, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012.
Tel. 61 2 8218 3222

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