One of the most openly visible Marxist-Leninist connections involves the Workers World Party (WWP), a very militant communist party that for decades has unwaveringly supported communist dictatorships throughout the world.
What does WWP stand for?
WWP stands for Workers World Party
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There's been a fair amount of discussion recently on several email lists I'm on regarding Workers World Party.
She was identified as Gloria La Riva, vice-presidential candidate for the Workers World Party, and her verbal jabs echoed through the small hotel ballroom.
Said the Chronicle: The Workers World Party and Richard Becker, a party leader and leader of International Answer, have defended Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq, Kim Jong II of North Korea, Milosevic -- who is on trial at the Hague for war crimes -- and Chinese leaders who put down the 1989 "counter-revolution" in Tiananmen Square.
rally "was essentially organized by the Workers World Party [WWP], a small political sect that years ago split from the Socialist Workers Party to support the Soviet invasion of Hungary in 1956," noted leftist investigative reporter David Corn in the November 1st-7th issue of L.