Monday, November 8, 2010

WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY: 2pm to 7pm

Saturday November 20, 7-10 pm
Come to the Fundraising Dinner for the
CONSTITUTION for the New Socialist ConstitutionSlimRepublic in North America (Draft Proposal)
from the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA
at D├ęcima Musa Restaurant
 Tickets $20 for adults
$10 for students
Available at the door or at
Revolution Books
Directions D├ęcima Musa Restaurant 1901 S. Loomis
Southeast corner of Loomis & 19th, in Pilsen. Parking available. CTA: Four blocks from Pink Line stop at 18th Street...One block from #60 bus.

Saturday November 13, 4-6pm 
for The
New Socialist Republic in North America
(Draft Proposal)
from the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA ($8)

Saturday November 13
4:00 to 6:00pm
1103 N Ashland, Chicago
On November 13, the Constitution for the New Socialist Republic in North America (Draft Proposal) will be officially released. Beginning on that day, everything that people think is possible, and impossible, will come under radical challenge.
Right in the middle of a cruel, rotting empire, a vision of something entirely new-something very radical and far better than the present way that people are forced to live-will be set forth from the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA.
There is great potential in this Constitution to impact and inspire a very wide range of people, including those who burn with the desire for a better world, but who will have differences or questions about aspects of this Constitution, or even the basic thrust of it. This should, and will, spark all-round debate and ferment over how we live today, and how we could live tomorrow.
This Constitution will present a very real alternative to the present system, a response to the argument-heard even from those with deep upset about the status quo-that there is nothing that can be done to really change things. And this can contribute in significant ways to the necessary repolarization for revolution in society overall by breaking people's inability to see beyond the way things are today... to a better world, an alternative that is not just desirable, but viable.
In the world today, the importance of this mustn't be underestimated.
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GK Jazz for Justice

Just Received from the
Ad Hoc Committee to Drop the Charges

Friday November 12, 8pm
Grace Gallery 1741 N Western Ave Chicago


Wednesday November 10, 7pm
Co-Sponsored by Revolution Books
and Chopin Theatre

Appearing at the Chopin Theatre
1543 W Division St, Chicago
Doors open 6pm - Free to All - Seating on First Come Basis

Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis

Discussing their new book
Jim DeRogatis

The Beatles vs The Rolling Stones:
 Sound Opinions on the Great Rock and Roll Rivalry

Book available at Event for Author Signing.
10% Discount on Book at the event and at
Revolution Books

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