But leaving Cathays Park changed all such thoughts when members of the Socialist Workers Party, the Socialist Party, the Anarchist Federation and TPAS (Tenant Participation Advisory Service) encouraged many old and disabled people to acts of civil disobedience - a sit-down at the traffic lights on Boulevard de Stuttgart.
What does SW stand for?
SW stands for Socialist Worker
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We have 74 other meanings of SW in our Acronym Attic
- Slow Wave
- Small Works (architecture)
- Small World
- Smith and Wesson (gun maker)
- Snark Wars
- Snow Showers (weather reports)
- So What?
- Social Worker
Samples in periodicals archive:
Huddersfield Socialist Workers Party has a meeting about defending pensions this Wednesday.
00 Paperback HQ1154 Hansen (1910-79) was editor of The Militant, the newspaper reflecting the views of the Socialist Workers party, in 1954 when a sharp debate erupted in its pages regarding how marketing cosmetics and fashions was linked to the oppression of women.
There may, at a push, possibly, have been 200 people there but a good proportion of them were professional union, Respect and Socialist Worker types with their pamphlets and stalls that one usually finds at such events.
Socialist Worker organiser Petros Constantinou said: "It's simple, we want the government to fall.
A band of Catholic bishops in Spain attempted to intervene in the country's March 9 elections by disseminating a message to voters containing thinly veiled criticism of the ruling Socialist Workers Party, but the ploy failed when the party was returned to power.
When I was in Spain during the 1981 elections there, I was pleased to hear that the cardinal primate of Toledo apologized publicly for the church's support for Franco and declared that it would not be a sin to vote for the Socialist Workers party, which won.