Militant Irish Monthly, No. 50, Feb. 1977

Editorial: The Peace Movement
The Peace Movement has covered a lot of ground since last August when it began. At that time there were memorable mass marches and allies of ten, twenty and even thirty thousand people. Nothing could diminish the significance of this coming into the streets in such vast numbers of the working people of Belfast and other areas. No one could detract from the magnificent spectacle of working class men and women from all parts of Belfast and Northern Ireland descending on the Shankill Road and marching to Woodvale Park. That demonstration laid flat for a short period the barriers which had stood between the people of the Shankill and the Falls. This was a genuine movement of ordinary people determined to stamp out the scourge of sectarianism.

Militant Irish Monthly, No. 47, Oct. 1976
Ulsterbus strike against hi-jacking
On September 6th over 50 Ulsterbus drivers and crews staged a protest march through Derry demanding the Right to Work in Peace and an end to the hijacking and bombings of buses in Derry. All buses were stopped for over two hours when the drivers marched 1 miles from their depot to the Guildhall Square. They carried placards with slogans such as 'We drive buses not bombs' and 'Let us work in peace'. read on.

Workers oppose sectarian killings - 1976 The Better Life for All Campaign
Added 22nd May 1977 UUAC stoppage -defeated by the workers

Socialist Party archives for 1976-77

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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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