Communist Party of Ireland
Irish Name:Páirtí Cumannach na hÉireann
Years Active:1933
Other Names:Revolutionary Workers' Groups  (19301933) … Precursor
Groups & Sections:New Books Publications  … Publishing Imprint
Documents in Archive:10
Publications:Irish Socialist
International Affiliations:Communist International  (19301941)
International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties  (2003)
Related Organisations: Communist Party of Northern Ireland, Connolly Youth Movement, Irish Marxist Society, Irish Workers' Party
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About

The present-day CPI was founded in 1933 by the Revolutionary Workers’ Groups. In 1941 the part of the party in the south of Ireland suspended its activities, while in the north it continued to operate under the name Communist Party of Northern Ireland. The party was re-established in the South in 1948 under the name Irish Workers’ League, which changed its name in 1962 to Irish Workers’ Party. The two sections reunited as the Communist Party of Ireland in 1970.

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Other names, groups or sections

New Books Publications

New Books was the name of the bookshop run by the Communist Party of Ireland in Dublin, through which several publications and pamphlets were produced under the New Books Publications imprint. The bookshop was renamed Connolly Books in 1989.

Revolutionary Workers' Groups

The Revolutionary Workers’ Groups were founded in 1930 and led to the foundation of the Communist Party of Ireland in 1933.

Identifiers

Communist Party of Ireland
VIAF131067790 
WikipediaCommunist Party of Ireland 
Revolutionary Workers' Groups
WikipediaRevolutionary Workers' Groups 

Documents

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External Resources

Election Literature & Leaflets

Irish Election Literature

A number of leaflets and documents from the party and individual candidates.


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