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Northern Ireland is in chronic communal conflict. For there to be a democratic solution, a wider framework than Northern Ireland is needed.

Northern Ireland is in chronic communal conflict.

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AWL has moved offices. New address!

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AWL has moved offices. Please take note of our new address, and send a contribution to our fund appeal for moving offices and taking our paper Solidarity weekly.

AWL's new address is 20E Tower Workshops, Riley Road, London SE1 3DG.

The new office is better situated, in better physical condition, and better set up for our tasks than the old one.

There are still things to do on setting up in the new place; please take this into account if we have a few glitches in the settling-in period.

Phone: 020 7394 8923.

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AWL versus SWP

Material for an AWL day school, November/ December 2005, and other stuff on the political differences between AWL and SWP.

Download all the stuff for the dayschool as pdf (570 Kb), or read individual items below.

"AWL vs SWP" day school, November/ December 2005

Discussion points for the day school

1. Transitional programme vs fake ultra-leftism

Material for an AWL day school, November/ December 2005, and other stuff on the political differences between AWL and SWP.

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Why is workers' revolution necessary?

For many, the term "revolution" evokes images of a Stalinist-led army descending on them to create
a police state. Many revolutions in the twentieth century, such as those in Eastern Europe, China, Cuba and Vietnam, were in fact just like that. Because of that many socialists think it more prudent only to fight for reforms, or (as the title of a recent book puts it) to "change the world without taking power".

For many, the term "revolution" evokes images of a Stalinist-led army descending on them to create a police state.

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Marxism and anarchism

Marxists and anarchists have had differences throughout the history
of the international labour movement.
For example Marx and Engels criticised Proudhon, one of the founders
of anarchism, because he opposed trade unions and was virulently
anti-feminist. They criticised another key anarchist figure, Bakunin,
because he believed workers should not take political action such as
building parties and standing in elections. In fact Bakunin looked to
the long-term unemployed, beggars, petty criminals, etc., rather than

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