The Independent Socialist Party was established as a split from the IRSP. It sought a greater emphasis on socialist politics. Initially called the Irish Committee for a Socialist Programme, it became the Independent Socialist Party in 1977. It’s membership included Bernadette McAlliskey. After unsuccessful fusion talks with the Socialist Workers’ Movement in 1978 it disbanded.
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Items about Independent Socialist Party.
Irish Workers' Group 
A list of known publications from Independent Socialist Party, including those not represented in the Irish Left Archive collection.
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- Literature & Leaflets
Irish Election Literature
Leaflets and documents from the party.