The AWL and the Socialist Alliance
SWP pushes through SA shutdown, February 2005
Socialist Alliance minority resists shutdown, 13 March 2004
The future of the disrespectful left, January 2004
The Galloway/SWP coalition ("Respect") and the Alliance's new turn since May 2003
Shelving socialism: the "Respect" launch conference, 25 January 2004.
- Another report of the 25 January 2004 conference (by a Socialist Party member).
- Open letter to Mark Serwotka (download pdf).
- AWL leaflet to "Respect" conference (download pdf).
- Galloway, Iraq, Saudi gold and working-class politics: factsheet and more
- Respect coalition website
AWL National Committee resolution on "Respect" coalition, 14 December 2003.
SA chair's statement on "Respect" coalition, 9 December 2003.
The "Respect" coalition announced, 3 December 2003.
The turn to a "new coalition": Socialist Alliance conference 10 May 2003. Report from Solidarity, 15 May 2003.
The Socialist Alliance debate on Europe
Neither Euro nor Pound, but Workers' Unity: a contribution to the Socialist Alliance debate. The position outlined here was adopted by the Socialist Alliance in March 2001, but then overturned by a special conference in October 2002, in favour of a policy of campaigning for "no to the euro" in a referendum.
The 2001 General Election campaign and after
From a "front" to a living political force: motivation for proposals to the Socialist Alliance conference, December 2001, by Martin Thomas, Janine Booth and Pete Radcliff.
Left candidates in the General Election, May 2001: A full list of results
The Socialist Alliance and the labour movementIssues and directions for the London Socialist Alliance: a document for discussion: Alliance for Workers' Liberty, 1 August 2000
The Socialist Alliance platform
The key is workers' representation: a contribution to the policy debate, March 2001
Debate on a new Socialist Alliance paper, 2002