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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday February 06 2014
08:00 PM

The Lockout and It's Heritage

category dublin | anti-capitalism | event notice author Tuesday January 28, 2014 20:40author by Irish Republican & Marxist History Project Report this post to the editors

( Socialist Democracy) A public talk by Rayner O’Connor Lysaght.

Public meeting in the Teachers Club , 36 Parnell Square , Dublin 1 at 8pm .

Poster by Kev
Poster by Kev

The 1913 Dublin Lockout was a major twentieth century industrial contest and arguably the most memorable.Dublin’s lockout was a defeat for the workers, but their resistance inspired their comrades elsewhere, stimulating them to further struggles such as came to pose the possibility of their class taking state power.The Lockout has been portrayed too often as the climax of the initial period of the general workers mobilising for a place in the sun. Less analysed is its longterm effect on the Irish labour movement and through this on the overall history of Ireland subsequently.

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