OVER 350 SHOP stewards and trade union activists sponsored the unofficial 'Trade Unionists and Unemployed Against the Programme' (TUUAP) grouping which campaigned for a 'NO' vote on the PESP. Over 100 regularly attended TUUAP meetings in the main cities and towns. Many of these had long records as militants fighting against centralised bargaining, for more democracy in the unions and for solidarity with workers in struggle.
Issues of the Irish anarchist paper Workers Solidarity published in 1991
Freedom without Socialism is privilege and injustice... Socialism without freedom is slavery and brutality
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|Red & Black Revolution 7, published 2003||
Articles in this issue include a debate on the Black Bloc, a look at the failings of the Irish Anti war Movement and a piece which explores the anarchist contention that socialism cannot come without freedom
|Workers Solidarity 98 - July/August 2007||
The July/August 2007 issue of Workers Solidarity is now online and can be downloaded as a PDF file.