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Northstar Compass was a monthly magazine containing the latest news and views of the struggles of the Soviet peoples against the capitalist regime which took power after the fall of the Soviet Union. An archive of back issues from 1991 to 2017 is available online, along with additional articles and resources.
Northstar Compass was the publication of the International Council for Friendship and Solidarity with Soviet People, who are struggling to rebuild socialism in the countries that have for more than 70 years constituted the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
The International Council for Friendship and Solidarity with Soviet People unites - on an independent and non-partisan basis - all those organizations and individuals who support the above objective.
In this spirit, Northstar Compass publishes articles of interest in this struggle, covering news and information on the contemporary situation inside the former USSR, as well as related world news about the struggles against neo-liberal globalization and imperialism, now rampant in the world.
Additionally, Northstar Compass covers events and issues concerning the friendship organizations associated with the International Council.
Northstar Compass thus acts as a unifying force to consolidate and coordinate the anti-imperialist forces of the world with the struggle for socialism and the restoration of the Soviet Union. In this manner we act as a united front, but are not a forum for ideological debates. Soviet people themselves will choose the path they will follow towards socialism and onwards to Communism.
Michael Lucas, President
Canadian Friends of Soviet People,
280 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON M5V 2A1
Office: (416) 977-5819
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