The explosion and fire at the Hickson chemical plant in Ringaskiddy, Cork, last August, has gone down as one of the most serious industrial accidents in Ireland to date. Though no fatalities resulted, it is now clear that this outcome was only a matter of luck. One worker, the first to notice that something was wrong, left the site of the explosion minutes before it blew up. And the explosion itself, occured shortly before shifts were due to change on that morning of August 6th.
Freedom without Socialism is privilege and injustice... Socialism without freedom is slavery and brutality
Download, print out and distribute these PDF's
|Communism: What's In A Word?||
This article opens by looking at how the meaning of communism as opposed to socialism evolved in the late nineteenth century and closes with a look at how this applies to the free software movement today. The terms socialism and communism appear in England around the 1820s as terms adopted by...
|Promote the Dublin Mayday march with this poster||
This poster advertises the DCTU 'Mayday' march in Dublin, print it out and put it on your workplace / school / college...
This site archives most material the WSM publishes but there is often a delay of a few days before stories get copied here from our Facebook pages. To see material as we publish it follow us on our main page linked below or if you live in Ireland also via Solidarity Times.
Our twitter coverage is different to what appears on our Facebook page and includes highly curated retweets of important international stories.