Workers' Fight has been the name of several Trotskyist groups and publications in Britain.
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- Workers' Fight is also the name of a group in England linked to the French Lutte Ouvrière that focuses on activity in large factory workplaces, rather than trade union or community-based work. They publish the journal Class Struggle on a bi-monthly basis.
- Another group named Workers' Fight split from the Workers International League in 1998, publishing two editions of a newspaper of the same name before disintegrating.
- Workers' Fight was the publication of the Revolutionary Socialist League, in the period when it was led by C. L. R. James in the late 1930s. A new collected edition of this paper was recently issued in Sweden.
- Workers' Fight was also the original publication of the group now known as the Alliance for Workers' Liberty. It appeared for a short period in 1967-1968 before the group joined the International Socialists as a faction. The group was expelled from IS in 1971 and was known by the same name as its publication again until it merged with Workers Power to form the International-Communist League in 1975.
- http://www.union-communiste.org/?EN-archp-x-x-6-x-x-x.html Class Struggle on-line archives
- http://archive.workersliberty.org/publications/readings/trots/power.html Workers' Power - lessons for the revolutionary left