|Other Names:||Socialist Labour Action Group (1970–1970)|
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|Related Organisations:||League for a Workers Republic, People's Democracy, Revolutionary Marxist Group, Saor Éire, Socialist Workers' Movement|
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The Socialist Labour Alliance was started in 1970 by the Socialist Labour Action Group (comprised of members of the Labour Party) seeking an overt left-wing programme. Its first conference took place in 1971 and saw interest and affiliation from a range of groups and individuals, including People’s Democracy, the League for a Workers Republic, the Young Socialists and the Waterford Socialist Movement. Many involved went on to found both the Socialist Workers’ Movement and the Revolutionary Marxist Group.
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Socialist Workers' Movement
14: John Goodwillie: Young Socialists, Socialist Labour Alliance, SWM, Socialist Labour Party, Gralton magazine and the Green Party
- 2nd November 2020
- 1 hr 16 mins
In this episode we talk to John Goodwillie about the history of Irish Left organisations since the 1960s and his own political trajectory: in Labour, the Socialist Labour Alliance, Socialist Workers' Movement, and Socialist Labour Party. We also discuss Gralton magazine, the editorial board of which John was a member, and his involvement in the Green Party since 1990 and experience as an electoral candidate and in forming party policy.Listen or download