As the 1980s crisis continued to ravage American workers, the W.S.A. sought to bring together, in a working common alliance, "those anti-bureaucratic and anti-centralist forces" within the class, "both workplace and political organizations". The goals were the "renewal and reconstruction of the American labor movement from the bottom up".
"Common program" class struggle proposal - Workers Solidarity Alliance
WSA proposal regarding affiliated industrial networks
A proposal by Mike Kolhoff to the 1992 convention of the Workers' Solidarity Alliance in regards discussion of building affiliated industrial networks. The author argues for affiliating industrial networks to the WSA, instead of keeping them as independent syndicalist formations.