Socialist League may refer to one of several organisations:
- Socialist League (Australia)
- Socialist League (Canada)
- Socialist League (Finland)
- Socialist League (Germany)
- Socialist League (Italy)
- Socialist League (Sweden)
- Socialist League (Venezuela)
- Socialist League (UK, 1885), a split from the Social Democratic Federation associated with William Morris
- Socialist League (UK, 1932), a split from the Independent Labour Party associated with Stafford Cripps
- Socialist Action (UK), originally officially known as the Socialist League
- Socialist League of Palestine
Other articles related to "socialist league, socialists, league, socialist":
... the middle of this same year, 1887, anarchists began to outnumber socialists in the Socialist League ... parliamentary action, hitherto pursued by the League, and sees no sufficient reason for altering it." Frederick Engels, living in London and a very interested observer in the League's affairs ... became increasingly clear, a steady attrition of many of the group's international socialists began to take place ...
... The Socialist League of Palestine was a political organization in Mandate Palestine ... The Socialist League functioned as the urban ally of the Kibbutz Artzi movement ... In 1946, the Socialist League and Kibbutz Artzi movement founded the Hashomer Hatzair Workers Party (one of the fore-runners of MAPAM) ...
... year along with William Morris and Belfort Bax in the acrimonious split which formed the Socialist League ... Aveling and Marx toured and lectured the United States on behalf of the Socialist Labor Party ... They found the US populated by "unconscious socialists", people who shared socialist values but disclaimed socialist ideas ...
... The Socialist League (Italian Lega Socialista, LS) was a tiny social-democratic party in Italy ... In 1998 they joined the Italian Socialists and other Socialist components to form the Italian Democratic Socialists, of which Martelli was elected deputy leader in 1999 ... In 2001 the Socialist League joined the Socialist Party to form the New Italian Socialist Party, allied with the centre-right ...
Famous quotes containing the words league and/or socialist:
“Half a league, half a league,
Half a league onward,
All in the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.
Forward the Light Brigade!”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)
“One is a socialist because one used to be one, no longer going to demonstrations, attending meetings, sending in ones dues, in short, without paying.”
—Michel de Certeau (19251986)