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From 1949: “Irish Workers' Road to Freedom”

The Manifesto of the Irish Workersʼ League (IWL).

The IWL (later Irish Workersʼ Party) was formed in the late 1940s in the South, after the Communist Party of Ireland (CPI) dissolved during WWII.

In 1970, it merged with the Communist Party of Northern Ireland to re-found the CPI.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/1850/

Irish Workers' Road to Freedom (1949) — Irish Workers' League

Irish Left Archive

1st January 1974: The Communist Organisation in the British Isles was formed in a split from the British and Irish Communist Organisation.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/on-this-day/01/01/#event-4510

On This Day, 1st January

Irish Left Archive

Image of text, reading: What is the Communist Organisation in the British Isles?  The Communist Organisation in the British Isles was formed on 1 January 1974, in secession from the British and Irish Communist Organisation, now become revisionist.  The Communist Organisation  The Communist Organisation in the British Isles is a Marxist-Leninist collective. Its purpose is to think communist and to act communist, to create communists and to elaborate communist practice in the working class of the British Isles. The Communist Organisation affirms its total commitment to the science of Marxism Leninism, the unity of communist theory and practice, the dictatorship of the proletariat and the hegemony of the proletarian world-outlook.