Carry on recruiting! Why the Socialist Workers Party dumped the 'downturn' in a 'dash for growth'

An analysis of the Socialist Workers Party, the most significant grouping in the UK far left, examining whether it really is a revolutionary organisation, or just an opportunistic recruitment machine.

Submitted by libcom on January 17, 2011

Originally written in 1993, we believe its central premise to be equally valid today, especially given the current political climate in which the SWP is again calling on the TUC to demand a general strike.

Files

SWPpamphlet.pdf (5.3 MB)

Comments

libcom

13 years 5 months ago

In reply to by libcom.org

Submitted by libcom on January 17, 2011

The only problem with this is that the PDF needs to be rotated before reading. My software won't let me save the changes after rotating, so someone else could rotate the PDF and upload it that would be really great

imposs1904

13 years 5 months ago

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Submitted by imposs1904 on January 19, 2011

Was this published by the same people who produced the Trotwatch 1992 Election Special?

All I can really remember about my copy is that it was A4 in size, had a pinkish cover and a picture of the late, great Brian Glover as Gerry Healy.