Workers' Socialist Review

Workers' Socialist Review #1 to #4

Published on: Tue, 18/09/2012 - 17:50

Thanks for this to Sean Robertson and the Encyclopaedia of Trotskyism On-Line (ETOL).

http://www.marxists.org/history/etol/document/wsl/WSR-index.htm


WSR 1

Workers Socialist Review

No. 1, December 1981



Click to download: Workers Socialist Review 1 December 1981: Capitalist crisis and socialist alternative


Capitalist crisis and socialist alternative



Workers’ Socialist Review

Capitalist crisis and socialist alternative – Bob Sutcliffe







WSR 2

Workers Socialist Review

No. 2, September 1982



Click to download: Workers Socialist Review 2 September 1982: Falklands - whose war?


Falklands – Whose War?



EDITORIAL

The

For a democratic solution to the communal conflict in Ireland (1983)

Published on: Sun, 05/06/2011 - 15:51

Workers Socialist Review
No. 4, Autumn 1984

For a democratic solution to the communal conflict in Ireland

1. The Protestant community in Northern Ireland is a distinct community with its own history, culture and psychology. If it existed in its own distinct territory, it would have all the features Marxists recognise as making up a nation.

It does not have a distinct territory – there is a major Catholic community even within the Protestant heartlands. Therefore it is not a nation.

In any case, because the Protestant and Catholic communities in the North of Ireland are so intertwined, there

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