This document was provided as an A5 booklet, with a yellow cover, and outlined the general structure, expectations and political approach of the ‘platformist’ Workers Solidarity Federation (WSF). Also included was the constitution. Given the size of the WSF, the structure outlined was perhaps overly ambitious, but it had the merit of avoiding loose and undemocratic network structures — and of setting out a clear ambition to grow. In terms of perspectives, there was a clear orientation to working within existing mass/ popular movements, as well as campaigns — as opposed to focusing on far left or radical or counterculture milieus.
This accompanied a second set of documents, 180 pages long, providing general analysis and orientation, which can be read here.
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Chapter one: The WSF Constitution
Chapter two: Principles and Guidelines for WSF Organisation and Activity
Chapter three: Membership Requirements
Chapter four: Internal Political Education
Chapter five: Guidelines for Workers Solidarity Magazine
Chapter six: Our Perspectives