Homage to Tom MaguireJan 4th, 2016 | By admin | Category: Publications
Homage to Tom Maguire by EP Thompson is a 40-page, A5 pamphlet about the Leeds ILPer, poet, propagandist and photographer Tom Maguire, a radical organiser who played a vital role in the Leeds gas strike of 1890 but died in poverty five years later at the tragically young age of 29.
Originally published in 1960 in a memorial book of essays to the socialist scholar GDH Cole, it is re-published in pamphlet form in memory of two more recent Leeds ILPers, Walt and Annie Mallorie. Click here for more information.
New in 2016.
Price: £5.00 including p&p.
John McNair’s Spanish DiaryDec 30th, 2015 | By admin | Category: Publications
John McNair’s Spanish Diary is a first-hand account of the Spanish Civil War written by a lifelong ILPer who later became the organisation’s general secretary. This pamphlet contains a brief account of McNair’s life followed by his own contemporary, first-hand reporting of events in Spain in 1936. Almost eight decades later, it remains a compelling read and a testament to the author’s reputation as a born storyteller.
Unbalanced BritainNov 30th, 2015 | By admin | Category: Articles, Publications
Unbalanced Britain: Corporate Power and our Me-based Culture, by Barry Winter, is an eight-page A4 pamphlet based on Barry’s introductory talk at the ILP’s first ‘Unbalanced Britain’ workshop at the Circle centre in Sheffield on 28 June 2014.
Updated in 2015, it provides useful background reading for the ILP’s series of Unbalanced Britain meetings which will resume in 2016.
ILP PostcardsNov 24th, 2015 | By admin | Category: Publications
Postcards from the ILP’s ‘Coming of Age’ conference and celebration in Bradford on 11 April 1914, 11 years after the organisation was founded in the same city. The illustration declares socialism as ‘the hope of the world’ and is signed by Chairman J Keir Hardie and Secretary Francis Johnson.
New in 2015.
Price per pack of three: £1.60
Land and Freedom – NEW EDITIONNov 2nd, 2013 | By admin | Category: Publications
A new expanded edition of the ILP’s short but moving account of the Spanish Civil War, using the often-silenced voices of Spanish activists. Focusing on events in Catalonia, it shows how even today, there is much more to be remembered than the courage of members of the International Brigade. It now includes a brief and poignant profile of the ILP volunteer Stafford Cottman.
New edition 2013.
ILP Calendar 2013Nov 23rd, 2012 | By Matthew Brown | Category: Publications
A 2013 A4 wall calendar to mark the ILP’s 120th anniversary featuring political cartoons from the 1890s and 1920s. Each month is illustrated by socialist cartoons first published in Keir Hardie’s newspaper, Labour Leader, or its ILP successor, New Leader. They are not only a poignant reminder of our past but retain significant political relevance today.
Price £6.00 including p&p (reduced from £9.00)
The ILP: Past and PresentMay 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: Publications
A lively, frank and well-illustrated account of the ILP’s history from its grass-roots origins in the 1890s to the present day; it provides a commentary on the Labour party’s development, including the rise and fall of the Labour left.
This publication is now sold out.
A Socialism for Our Times: The ILP PerspectiveMay 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: Publications
In spite of the claims regularly made that capitalism is triumphant, that it is our fate, and that there is no alternative, we seek to demonstrate that we can build a credible socialism for our times.
Published in 2003.
Racism, Communities and the Far RightMay 22nd, 2009 | By admin | Category: Publications
Our response to racism and fascism has to be based on genuine forms of democracy and participation, and greater control of our economic life, so we can redistribute resources to those communities living on or near the edge. This is not something that can wait for some ideal future.
Published in 2004.