Links

Socialist Party in Northern Ireland – www.socialistpartyni.net

Joe Higgins TD – www.joehiggins.ie

Paul Murphy MEP – www.paulmurphymep.eu

International

Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) – www.socialistworld.net

Socialist Party in England and Wales – www.socialistparty.org.uk

Socialism Today, political magazine of the Socialist Party in England and Wales – www.socialismtoday.org

Marxist Theory

Introduction to Socialism Website – www.socialism.org.uk

CWI Marxist resource site – www.marxist.net

Marxist Internet Archive (collected works of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Trotsky etc) – www.marxists.org

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