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|ideology=[[Communism]]<ref name="Communist"/><br>[[Marxism-Leninism]]<br>[[Revolutionary socialism]]
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The '''Party for Socialism and Liberation''' ('''PSL''') is a [[communist party]]<ref name="Communist">{{cite web|url=http://icp.sol.org.tr/interviews/no-separate-destiny-us-workers-apart-workers-world|title='No separate destiny for US workers apart from the workers of the world'|author=<!-- Not stated. -->|date=October 1, 2018|website=International Communist Press|accessdate=February 8, 2019|quote=We are a communist party.}}</ref> in the [[United States]] established in 2004 after a split in the [[Workers World Party]] (WWP).<ref name="split">[https://web.archive.org/web/20150402161011/http://www2.pslweb.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&id=11226&news_iv_ctrl=1028 "Party for Socialism and Liberation: People's Struggle and the Socialist Revolution"]. August 1, 2004.</ref>
 
The '''Party for Socialism and Liberation''' ('''PSL''') is a [[communist party]]<ref name="Communist">{{cite web|url=http://icp.sol.org.tr/interviews/no-separate-destiny-us-workers-apart-workers-world|title='No separate destiny for US workers apart from the workers of the world'|author=<!-- Not stated. -->|date=October 1, 2018|website=International Communist Press|accessdate=February 8, 2019|quote=We are a communist party.}}</ref> in the [[United States]] established in 2004 after a split in the [[Workers World Party]] (WWP).<ref name="split">[https://web.archive.org/web/20150402161011/http://www2.pslweb.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&id=11226&news_iv_ctrl=1028 "Party for Socialism and Liberation: People's Struggle and the Socialist Revolution"]. August 1, 2004.</ref>
  

Latest revision as of 16:53, 7 October 2019

Party for Socialism and Liberation
Leader Central Committee[1]
Founded 2004
Ideology Communism[2]
Marxism-Leninism
Revolutionary socialism
Political position Far-left
Colors     
Website
pslweb.org


    The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) is a communist party[2] in the United States established in 2004 after a split in the Workers World Party (WWP).[3]

    The PSL is running Gloria La Riva and Leonard Peltier in the 2020 election.[4]

    History[edit]

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    The PSL was formed when the San Francisco branch and several other members left WWP in June 2004, announcing that "the Workers World Party leadership is no longer capable of fulfilling [the] mission" of building socialism.[3]