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January 11, 2017 | As the inauguration of the president-elect approaches, the popular movement that has arisen to oppose his reactionary program is facing a vital political decision.
The most important first step for this movement is to reject the attempt to focus the criticism of the new president on the alleged “outside intervention” in the U.S. election.
The question facing anti-racist and anti-war activists who side with the working class is how to work with this new movement to keep it from being diverted by powerful forces within the capitalist system in a pro-militarist direction.
John Catalinotto teaches mathematics at City University in New York City. He was a civilian organizer for the anti-war, anti-racist American Servicemen's Union during the U.S. war in Vietnam, since 1982 managing editor of Workers World weekly newspaper.