|Subtitle:||For a Workers’ Republic and International Socialism|
|Years Published:||1972–1977, 1980–1984 c.|
|Published By:||Socialist Workers' Movement|
|Issues in the Archive:||4|
|Discuss:||Comments on this publication|
With the tagline “For a Workers’ Republic and International Socialism”, The Worker was published by the Socialist Workers’ Movement (SWM).
It ran from 1972 until 1977 and was suspended during the period the SWM formed part of the Socialist Labour Party. It restarted in 1980 and was later succeeded by Socialist Worker.
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The Worker, No. 4
The Worker, No. 22
The Worker, No. 44
- 1972 - The Worker, No. 3
- 1972 - The Worker, No. 4
- 1974 - The Worker, No. 22
- 1977 - The Worker, No. 44
Dermot Byrne, Peter Byrne, P. Davies, Bernadette Devlin (see Bernadette McAliskey), John Goodwillie, G. Hill, W. Hunter, Joan Kelly, Gene Kerrigan, David Lloyd, Eamonn McCann, Mike Miller, Gretta Mulrooney, Ken Quinn, Dermot Quish, Brian Trench
Note: This list is not exhaustive. Only named authors with entries in the archive are listed here.
- The Worker & Socialist Worker Archive
Socialist Worker Archive
A complete archive of The Worker and Socialist Worker from 1972 to 2018.
Full archive of Volume 1 and 2 of The Worker now online
By: E | 28th February 2023, 9:44pm
The full archive of Volume 1 and 2 of The Worker is now available at https://issuu.com/swonline , scroll to the the very of listing to get to The Worker issues
Re: Full archive of Volume 1 and 2 of The Worker now online
By: Aonrud | 2nd March 2023, 9:55am
Thanks E -- it's great to have that available. I've added it to the 'External Resources' section on this page and on the Socialist Worker entry.
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