|Documents in Archive:||11|
|Publications:||The Worker, Socialist Worker, Galway Worker|
|International Affiliation:||International Socialist Tendency (1971–1995)|
|Successor:||Socialist Workers' Network|
|Other Related Organisations:||International Socialists [UK], Socialist Labour Party, Northern Ireland Socialist Research Centre|
|Timeline:||View in the timeline of the Irish left|
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The Socialist Workers Movement was founded in Ireland in 1971 by supporters of the UK International Socialists living in Northern Ireland who had previously been members of People’s Democracy, the Waterford Socialist Movement and the Young Socialists.
It acted as a tendency within the Socialist Labour Party for the period of the SLP’s existence, becoming a separate organisation again after the latter’s dissolution. It later became the Socialist Workers Party.
- 1972 - The Worker, No. 3
- 1972 - The Worker, No. 4
- 1974 - Galway Worker
- 1974 - The Worker, No. 22
- 1975 - Report on International Socialists Conference 1975
- 1988 - Socialist Worker, No. 51
- 1991 - Socialist Worker, No. 80
- 1991 - Socialists, Republicanism and the Armed Struggle
- 1992 - Before you make up your mind...
- 1993 - Northern Ireland: Can Protestant and Catholic workers unite?
- 1993 - Why the Irish Labour Party Fails
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