Added June 26th: Workers Unity in Action! - Workers can end the killings
A compilation of 9 reports and articles dealing with the mass protests organised in Mid-Ulster (on January 21st) and in Belfast on Feb. 4th and 7th against the upsurge in sectarian killings which saw the murders at Teebane and Sean Graham's bookies.

Added June 12th: Postal Workers fight sectarian threats - Militant Labour September 1993

Added May 23rd - Militant Labour, October 1993 - Manus Maguire, Belfast - Hume-Adams Talks
The joint statement by John Hume, the SDLP leader, and Gerry Adams, the President of Sinn Fein, on 25 September has received an avalanche of press coverage.
Should fascists be allowed free speech? Mick Barry - Youth against Racism in Cork wrote this piece in Militant, October 1993. The visit of Nazi historian David Irving to Ireland raises the issue of how to combat fascism.
"Fight the bigots....and the Tories" - Editorial and reports in Militant Labour, Nov-Dec 1993

Ireland - the national question
Reprinted from the International Information Bulletin No. 17, 28th Sept. 1993
The oppression of nations and national minorities, sectarianism, bigotry and ethnic conflict are a product of capitalism and imperialism. Of the 94-recorded wars between 1945 and 1988, 69 were intra-state conflicts. These conflicts left 30 million dead and created an estimated 29 million refugees. Read the rest of this August 1993 discussion article

Fight the bigots....and the Tories Editorial in Militant Labour, Nov-Dec 1993. The Chiefs of the Northern Ireland Committee of the ICTU named 18 November as the 'community day for unifying peace', with a two-hour stoppage, one-minute silence, rallies in twelve centres and a fanfare of factory horns and church bells across the North. But after one of the worst episodes of sectarian carnage in recent history, people are asking: Is this enough?

Socialist Party archives for 1992-93

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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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