Irish Workers' Party
|Other Names:||Irish Workers' League (1948–1962)|
|Documents in Archive:||3|
|Merged with:||Communist Party of Ireland|
|Other Related Organisation:||Communist Party of Northern Ireland|
|Related Collection:||1916 Easter Rising: Anniversaries and Commemorations|
|Timeline:||View in the timeline of the Irish left|
|Discuss:||Comments on this organisation|
The Irish Workers’ Party was founded as the Irish Workers’ League in 1948. It was a re-establishment of the Southern part of the Communist Party of Ireland, and in 1970 merged with the Communist Party of Northern Ireland to reunite the party across the Island.
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Irish Workers' Road to Freedom
Irish Workers' League
Ireland Her Own
- 1949 - Irish Workers' Road to Freedom
- 1963 - Ireland Her Own
- 1966 - 1916-1966
A list of known publications from Irish Workers' Party, including those not represented in the Irish Left Archive collection.
|Irish Socialist||1965–1989 c.||Irish Workers' Party, Communist Party of Ireland|
|Irish Workers' Voice, The||1930–1941, 1949–2003||Revolutionary Workers' Groups, Communist Party of Ireland, Irish Workers' League|
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