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Socialist Appeal may refer to:
- Socialist Appeal (UK, 1992) - the current British Trotskyist organization and newspaper founded in 1992 and affiliated with the International Marxist Tendency.
- Socialist Appeal (US, 1935) - a newspaper published first by a Trotskyists from 1935 to 1941, first by the Trotskyist faction in the Socialist Party of America and, following their expulsion by the newly founded Socialist Workers Party. In 1941, the newspaper was renamed The Militant.
- Socialist Appeal - the journal of the Revolutionary Communist Party (UK, 1944), a British Trotskyist organisation that existed from 1944 to 1949.
- Socialist Appeal - newspapers currently being published by the US and New Zealand affiliates of the International Marxist Tendency.
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