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New York City is a socialist paradise.

In a city that has been called a model of American success, it’s the ideal place to find a socialist party.

The socialist movement is thriving, especially in the Bronx, where the Socialist Party of New York is located.

For years, the party has been the backbone of the city’s progressive, left-wing political coalition.

In its heyday, the SPC was a political voice of the working class and an organization that represented many of the people who are struggling for change in this country.

Now, however, that voice is fading.

In recent years, it has fallen out of favor and the party’s name is no longer relevant.

But that doesn’t mean it’s all bad.

The party has also become a source of pride for New Yorkers, who have been given a reason to be proud of their country.

Here are 10 things you need to know about the socialist movement.

1.

It’s not just a party anymore.

Socialists aren’t just a bunch of dudes wearing black hats and carrying a big black banner.

The SPC is a political party with a vision and mission, a history of activism and activism’s future, a platform for discussion and a history that has shaped its organization since its inception in 1905.

“I think that there is a real need for socialism in our society today,” said John McWhorter, who was president of the Spc from 1991 to 2014.

“It’s not a niche movement that only exists in the periphery of society.

We need a political organization that can speak to every American, and in this way that is to the benefit of all Americans.”

The party’s platform focuses on a broad range of issues, from the environment to women’s rights to income inequality.

“Socialism is the political voice for all Americans who believe in a fair society and the human rights of all human beings,” said McWhort.

2.

The people running it aren’t exactly socialists.

The organization is not just about building a party.

There are actually more than a dozen different parties that represent different political viewpoints, but none are socialist.

“They are not socialists, they are independents, and we have a party that represents the independent and progressive voices in the country,” said Dori Levy, the former president of Socialist Alternative.

She believes that the S, like many political parties in the U.S., is “very much in a bubble right now.”

It is also not an inclusive organization.

“You can’t really tell a party who is and who isn’t a socialist,” she said.

“There is no ideological spectrum.

They are all very different.”

3.

Social Security is not the only way to get involved.

In addition to political parties, socialists have many other social justice issues that need to be addressed.

For example, the New York state pension plan, a major part of the social security system, is funded by a payroll tax that has proven to be one of the most regressive taxes in the nation.

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the tax was estimated to raise about $12.5 billion annually, which would only be paid out if it were fully funded, which it wasn’t.

“The SPC and its members believe that we need to change our political culture from one that values money above all else to one that rewards hard work, a sense of responsibility and fairness,” said Levy.

4.

It is a place where you can talk politics without fear of retaliation.

It has a policy of neutrality.

Socialized healthcare in the United States is now a topic of discussion among both parties, but it is not one of them.

While the socialist platform is a part of Democratic Party policy, it is explicitly opposed to healthcare privatizations.

“We want to build a national health care system that meets the needs of all of us, but the way that we do that is through a universal single-payer system that will cover all Americans,” said Michael Briggs, the co-founder of the Socialist Alternative political organization.

The policy also has the backing of some progressive Democrats like former U.N. ambassador John Bass, who argued in the New Yorker that a Medicare-for-all system would be a great step toward “universal health care.”

The Spc does not explicitly call for such a system, but they have spoken out against it.

“If Medicare for all is to be built in the years ahead, then it should be built through the S party and not through the Democratic Party,” Briggs said.

5.

You can make a difference without relying on a political platform.

Socialism has always been about political organizing.

The platform does not include a specific political goal, but instead focuses on “an end to all forms of exploitation of the natural resources and the exploitation of human beings.”

It goes on to say that the “systematic exploitation of labor and the subordination of human labor have become the core values of capitalism and socialism.”

“Socialization of wealth and of power is the