In 1978, ex-members of the Belfast Anarchist Collective and the Dublin Anarchist Group decided that a more politically united, class-based, and public [anarchist] organisation was necessary. Their discussions led to the Anarchist Workers Alliance, which existed from 1978–81, although only to any substantial extent in Dublin. It produced Anarchist Worker nos. 1-7; documents on the national question, women’s liberation, trade unions, and a constitution.Wikipedia
- Anarchist Workers' Alliance Documents
Irish Anarchist History
Includes some documents, press releases and copies of Anarchist Worker.