Workers' Socialist Review

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Workers Socialist Review No. 1, December 1981

Capitalist crisis and socialist alternative, by Bob Sutcliffe

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Workers Socialist Review No. 2, September 1982

Falklands - Whose War?

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

The arithmetic of class struggle
Lebanon: with the PLO against Israel - Resolution of the TILC
The struggle in Central America - Resolution of the TILC

A war where workers could win nothing
Trotsky on war and revolutionary politics
Introduction: Learn to Think - Jackie Cleary
Learn to Think: a friendly suggestion to certain ultra-leftists
On the Sino-Japanese war: a letter to Diego Rivera
The texts and the method - Jackie Cleary
Argentina and the world economy - Bob Sutcliffe
Against neutrality, defend Argentina - WSL minority tendency
TILC resolutions on Falklands / Malvinas

Martial law in Poland
South Africa: workers against apartheid
Mitterrand and the bourgeoisie

Supplement to WSR2 on the WSL special conference on the Falklands-Malvinas war

Workers Socialist Review No. 3, April / May 1983

Which way forward in the unions?

Unions central to Labour Party struggles
What happened to the stewards' movement?
Public sector under the auctioneers' hammer
NHS: Lessons of '82 key to coming struggles
We must organise the rank and file resistance! - an open letter to Socialist Workers' Party supporters
When is a union not a union? The British labour movement and the Stalinist state 'unions'
Workers' politics and national liberation
From the arsenal of Marxism: Leon Trotsky on boom, crisis, and working class struggle
Communists go for 'bishops and brickies'

Workers Socialist Review No. 4, Autumn 1984

Back the Miners! General Strike!

The failure of a fusion: Documents on the expulsion of the Thornett group from the WSL 4
Back the Miners! General Strike!

The expulsion of the Thornett Group from the WSL: A selection of documents
Introduction: Failure of a Fusion
The National Committee's ultimatum
The Thornett group's response
The faction 'dissolves'
The belated cry for unity
The expulsion resolution
'Worker leadership' or Marxist politics
The political differences summed up
Dispute on the TUC
The Thornett group's case
Leninism and sectarianism

For a democratic solution to the communal conflict in Ireland
Afghanistan: USSR Troops Out!
Britain, Argentina: The Enemy at Home

Appendix: The Thornett Group's Debut

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

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