Newspaper Workers’ Tribune #55

The echo of the Great Revolution is still audible. It is an eternal monument to the ideals of communism, a monument that makes it clear that the working class should be reckoned with and it will certainly take its own.

Pyotr Ivanovich Stuchka

On December 17, 1918, the Manifesto of the Provisional Workers’ and Peasants’ Government of Latvia, headed by Pyotr Stuchka, was issued on the establishment of Soviet power.

Class Struggle in Today’s Latvia

Protection of workers’ interests should be taken into their own hands. And first of all, it is necessary to organize your trade unions from below, choose your representatives who can be fully trusted, and seek collective bargains that are beneficial for employees.

Newspaper Workers’ Tribune #54

To promote their interests, the bourgeois are organized into numerous unions of industrialists and entrepreneurs, chambers of commerce and industry, confederations of employers and other associations.

Newspaper Workers’ Tribune #53

Workers movement for unification of marxists in Latvia, for active participation of progressive representatives of the working class in politics of Latvian.

Our Victory Depends Only on Us

Down with the hatred between Russians and Latvians imposed from above! Long live peace and friendship of peoples! Nationalism is alien to any worker, any ordinary person.