Socialist Party archives for 1974-5
Our landmark for this perid was the establishment of the growth of Marxism in Ireland in so far as the Irish members of the Militant formally seperated from the British comrades to form the Irish Section of the Committee for a Workers International. In the initial period of activity in Ireland there were so few comrades here that it would have been false to pretend that an Irish group was viable before 1974.
Major political events in these years were......
|September 1969 paper
Northern Ireland: For a United Workers Defence Force
· Withdraw British Troops
· Disband B Specials and police thugs
· For jobs, schools, homes, take over monopolies
· Catholic and Protestant workers fight for a United Socialist Ireland
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