Listed are a series of documents relating to the current struggle between
the International Socialist Organization and the Socialist Workers Party
as well as past struggles within the International Socialist Tendency:
May 17, 2001. Regroupment.
A letter by Alex Callinicos to members of the IS tendency on the Tendency's
attitude towards regroupment.
February 2001. Two
letters - the first was sent out to IS Tendency groups by pro-IST former
members of the Greek SEK, formerly the largest IS group outside Britain.
The second letter was sent by the ISO (US) Steering Committee to the IS
Tendency following the Greek letter.
March 7, 2001 document The Anti-Capitalist Movement and the Revolutionary
Left by Alex Callinicos outlines the SWP's reasons for removing the American
ISO from the IS Tendency. View html
version or download as MS
Letter from the
DEA (Internationalist Workers Left - Greece) to sections of the IST
on its recent split from the SEK. Released March 25, 2001.
from the International Socialist Organisation (New Zealand) to the International
Socialist Organization (US). Dated March 19, 2001.
The ISO (US)
and the International Socialist Tendency. A detailed response from
the ISO (US) Steering Committee (written for the July 2001 IST meeting)
to the SWP Central Committee's Statement of March 12. The ISO statement
seeks to refute the SWP's charges, critiques the SWP's "failed perspectives"
and accuses the British party of violating democratic norms by its interference
with groups within the IS Tendency.
Statement on the
IS List. A 1995 order by the SWP banning members from participating
in an informal IS Tendency listserv after documents from the International
Socialist Group were posted on the list (same documents as above).