|Other Names:||Workers' Power|
|Documents in Archive:||9|
|Publications:||Fightback, Class Struggle|
|International Affiliation:||League for the Fifth International|
|Emerged/Split from:||Socialist Workers' Movement|
|Other Related Organisations:||Workers Power [UK], Socialist Labour Party, Irish Workers Group Tendency|
|Related Collection:||1916 Easter Rising: Anniversaries and Commemorations|
|Articles:||Irish Workers Group (1976) / Class Struggle|
Irish Workers Group: Responses
|Timeline:||View in the timeline of the Irish left|
|Discuss:||Comments on this organisation|
The Irish Workers’ Group were a split from the IS/SWM. The group joined the Socialist Labour Party as the Workers Alliance for Action tendency, but left in 1979.
They later became Workers Power and were associated with the British group of the same name.
|Irish Workers' Group |
|Wikipedia||Workers Power (Ireland)|
Andy Johnston, James Larragy, Edward McWilliams
- 1977 - Revolutionary Regroupment
- 1990 - Connolly: A Marxist Analysis
- 1991 - Class Struggle, No. 24
- 1991 - James Connolly and the 1916 Rising
- 1992 - The Socialist Workers Movement: A Trotskyist Analysis
- 1993 - Fightback, No. 2
- 1993 - Fightback, No. 3
- 1994 - Class Struggle, No. 22
- 1995 - Class Struggle, No. 24
From The Irish Left Open History Project
The Irish Workers Group (IWG) was formed sometime around the end of 1975 following a series of expulsions that year from the Socialist Workers Movement (SWM). In 1977 the IWG produced Class Struggle, a theoretical journal of which twenty issues were produced over the next ten years.
From Irish Workers Group members
The overview of the Irish Workers’ Group from the Irish Left Open History Project (available here) received a number of corrections and comments from former members when it was originally published. These are reproduced in part here (the original and complete comments can be read on the Irish Left Review website).