- 1. How the new facts change the prospects
- 2. What the dispute is not about, and what it is about
- 3. Why argue now for a union fight in the Labour structures?
- 4. Instead, build an alternative "pole" by disaffiliations?
- 5. Does disgust with New Labour rule out revival?
- 6. The lessons of history
- 7. AWL and the imaginary "pole"
- 8. Trotsky: "It is impossible to leap over the problem. It must be solved"
- Debate: Labour and the unions. Why we should not back CWU disaffiliation, by Sean Matgamna; AWL National Committee text on the subject (and online comments)
- Keeping our options open: article in favour of CWU disaffiliation from Labour by Cathy Nugent, reply by Martin Thomas, plus small items on building a new Socialist Alliance and No2EU
- The Unions, Labour, AWL, and the Crisis: a Debate, by Sean Matgamna (and online comments)
- Why we will vote Labour and SSP in the Euro-elections, by Rhodri Evans (and online comments)
- The Trade Union Movement, New Labour, and Working-Class Politics: a debate, by John Bloxam, Sean Matgamna, and others (2004)
- The AWL tendency and the Labour Party: selections from documents from 1966 to 2007
- Policy passed by the AWL National Committee in 2007 and AWL conference 2008
Discussion pieces from inside AWL (collated in pdf format):