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SocialistWorker.org and the paper edition of Socialist Worker are published by the International Socialist Organization. The ISO is committed to building a left alternative to a world of war, racism and poverty.
We have branches and members in about 40 cities across the country. At our meetings and in our publications, we present an alternative socialist view on the issues that affect society--and a vision of a different kind of society, dedicated to meeting people's needs, not expanding the wealth and power of a minority. Our members are involved in helping to build many struggles: the movement to stop the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan, fights against racism and anti-immigrant scapegoating, the struggle for women's rights like the right to choose abortion, opposing anti-gay bigotry and standing up for workers' rights.
Find out more about the International Socialist Organization by looking through the ISO Web site.
Read "Where We Stand" for a summary statement of what the ISO is for.
Look at the ISO branches page to contact the ISO, find the branch closest to you and get information on upcoming meetings and activities.
Below is a list of ISO public meetings in cities across the U.S., plus a listing of all ISO branches--where they meet for weekly branch meetings and how to contact them. If you would like more information about the ISO or want to know about upcoming activities in your area, contact your local branch or the ISO National Office in Chicago.
ISO National Office
P.O. Box 16085, Chicago, IL 60616
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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