|Other Names:||Socialist Review Group (1950–1962) … Precursor|
|Documents in Archive:||2|
|International Affiliation:||International Socialist Tendency|
|Successor:||Socialist Workers' Party [UK]|
|Other Related Organisations:||Revolutionary Communist Group, Workers Power [UK]|
|Related Collection:||The British Left on Ireland|
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The International Socialists were the predecessors of the Socialist Workers Party (UK). Formed from the Socialist Review Group, a small Trotskyist group, which was founded in 1950, it changed its name to the International Socialists in 1962. They retained this name until 1977. Their theory of state-capitalism regarding the USSR was regarded as heterodox by other Trotskyist groups.
Items about International Socialists [UK].
Socialist Workers' Movement