A Socialist Manifesto
Gegensatz Press, 2007
23-point manifesto of nonviolent socialist revolution, building on the legacy of Thomas Paine's Common Sense and other important leftist statements of purpose.
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13 Redistribution of Wealth
14 Elimination of Poverty
15 Public Ownership Management and Funding of Essential Services
16 Recognition of All Peoples Natural Human Rights
17 Outlawing Conscription
19 Stewardship of the Environment
20 Universal Health Care
21 Decriminalization of Marijuana
10 Enhancement of Civilization
11 Respect for History
12 Regulation of Capitalism
22 Ownership of Ones Own Body
23 Immanuel Kants Categorical Imperative
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