Other parties - (1998) We reject the bland conformism of...

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Unformatted text preview: (1998) We reject the bland conformism of the mainstream parties who accept without question an economic system built on privilege, inequality and greed. The SSP is an anti-capitalist party which has refashioned som for the new Scotland of the 21st century. Our goal is to build a sot Scotland that will stand up to global capitalism and spearhead the fight for a sot Europe and ultimately a sot world. The SSP is a pro-independence party which stands for the break-up of the British state and the creation of a free Scottish sot republic. The SSP is an internationalist party which stands on the side of the poor, the exploited and the oppressed across the world. The SSP is an anti-imperialist party which opposes the wars of the rich and powerful against the weak and powerless. The SSP is a democratic party based on the principle of one person one vote. We do not have all-powerful leaders directing the party from above. The SSP was founded at the end of 1998. It is already one of the strongest parties of the left in Europe, with six members of the Scottish Parliament, thousands of individual members, and a network of scores of branches stretching from the Northern Isles to the English border.stretching from the Northern Isles to the English border....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PPE PPE taught by Professor None during the Summer '08 term at Oxford University.

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