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Digital archive of political material from the Irish Left.

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Published 6th August 1976:

The Bottom Dog - 'the working class paper of North Munster'

leftarchive.ie/document/410/

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'A Future for Palestine?'

A 2007 account of working in Palestine from a Labour Youth activist. From their magazine, Left Tribune.

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'A Future for Palestine?' A 2007 account of working in Palestine from a @labouryouth activist. From their magazine, Left Tribune. leftarchive.ie/document/view/…
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'Standing with Palestine - but how?'

An article from Resistance, magazine of the Irish Socialist Network, in 2007, by David Landy of the IPSC .

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'Standing with Palestine - but how?' An article from Resistance, magazine of the Irish Socialist Network, in 2007, by David Landy of the @ipsc48 . leftarchive.ie/document/view/…
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From United Irishman in 1969:

1) an article on the occupation of Palestine (with map comparing the 1947 UN borders and post 1967 occupied areas).

2) A profile of Fatah, from the subsequent edition.

United Irishman was the newspaper of Sinn Féin.

From United Irishman in 1969: 1) an article on the occupation of Palestine (with map comparing the 1947 UN borders and post 1967 occupied areas). 2) A profile of Fatah, from the subsequent edition. United Irishman was the newspaper of Sinn Féin.
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An account of the Knocklong Soviet of 1920, when workers at Cleeves Creamery raised the red flag and a banner reading: “Knocklong Soviet Creamery - We make butter, not profits”

From People's Voice, 1968 (magazine of Cork group, Saor Éire)

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An account of the Knocklong Soviet of 1920, when workers at Cleeves Creamery raised the red flag and a banner reading: “Knocklong Soviet Creamery - We make butter, not profits” From People's Voice, 1968 (magazine of Cork group, Saor Éire) leftarchive.ie/document/305/
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More excellent left history from 'The Others', this time covering Militant (later the Socialist Party).

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And thanks for the mention - here's the materials we have from Militant: leftarchive.ie/organisation/5…

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Published 1st August 1982:

'Demonstrate Against British Imperialism!'

'Long Live the Heroic Palestinian Resistance!'

Red Patriot, Vol. 6, No. 3-4, from the Communist Party of Ireland (Marxist-Leninist).

leftarchive.ie/document/378/

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New document:

The US Military & Shannon Airport

By Kieran Allen, Irish Anti-War Movement, September 2004.

leftarchive.ie/document/5764/

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Interesting line in Paul Bew’s tribute to David Trimble in today’s Irish Times. I continue to be struck by how influential these niche pamphlets (presumably from the British-Irish Communist Organisation) were, and indeed are.

Interesting line in Paul Bew’s tribute to David Trimble in today’s Irish Times. I continue to be struck by how influential these niche pamphlets (presumably from the British-Irish Communist Organisation) were, and indeed are.
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