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Irish Left Review
Joined up thinking for the Irish Left

offsite link Syriza?s Victory: Turning Hope into Reality Thu Jan 29, 2015 04:11 | Michael Burke

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Human Rights in Ireland
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offsite link Health, Gender-Based Violence and the Right to Reparations in Ireland. Sat Jan 24, 2015 16:06 | Máiréad Enright

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Red Banner issue 55 out now

category national | anti-capitalism | other press author Sunday March 09, 2014 10:48author by Red Bannerauthor email red_banner at yahoo dot comauthor address PO Box 6587, Dublin 6 Report this post to the editors

Issue 55 of
Red Banner: a magazine of socialist ideas
is out now
€2 / £1.50 from bookshops or the address above

Socialists and the Scottish independence referendum
Colm Breathnach reports from Scotland on prospects opened up for the left by the vote on the country’s future

SOCIALIST CLASSICS Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, The Rebel Girl
Joe Conroy on an intriguing Irish-American socialist who confronted both the might of capitalism and personal pressures to conform

Lockout tales
Noel McDermott reviews a collection of essays arising from oral histories of 1913 and its legacy

An frithdhúnadh agus mianach an Ghaeil
Scrúdaíonn Seanán Mac Aoidh cuntas bríomhar Mhíchíl Uí Mhaoláin ar 1913 i mBaile Átha Cliath

The Hidden Connolly

In articles unpublished since his death James Connolly argues the cause of labour in Clonmel, Belfast, Sligo, Cork, Dublin, and Meath

Connolly on song
Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh welcomes a collection of Connolly’s verse

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