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Be warned – 'The Revolution Papers' is an all-male baby!
national | elections / politics | opinion/analysis Monday January 18, 2016 12:51 by Billy Fitzpatrick
Critique of Proclamation underlines all-male composition of 'Rev Papers' editorial team
The level of involvement by women in the 1916 Rising is historically unprecedented. This is recognised and welcomed in the Proclamation. The Rising, and the Proclamation which attempted to explain it, is of international significance.
The high level of participation by women in the Irish revolution was historically unprecedented, and this is anticipated in the very opening address of the 1916 Proclamation itself.