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Percy Shelley was a devoted and courageous advocate of Irish freedom. His poetry and prose had a seminal influence on Shaw, Joyce and O'Casey





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The Socialist Party (Ireland) produced this pamphlet in 2008 answering the lies of the Unite's then leaders' in relation to their dispute with the sacked Bellfast airport workers.






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What was known in Ireland as "The Emergency" was elsewhere known as the Second World War.

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Artist, adventurer, soldier and politician, Philip Woods participated in many dramatic events of the early twentieth century. During 1918-1919 he accompanied the Allied expedition to revolutionary Russia.

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In 2005 a group of Turkish workers made history in Ireland when they took on their employer, Turkish-owned multinational construction giant GAMA.


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In Limerick in 1919 workers took part in a two week general strike, known since then as the 'Limerick Soviet'

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A series of articles commemorating all aspects of the 1913 Dublin Lockout and its consequences.

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This book analyses the underlying reasons behind the formation of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), its development, where this current in Irish republicanism is at present and its prospects for the future.

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Striking Back tells the story of how a group of Dunnes Stores strikers in Ireland fought the establishment in solidarity with black workers under Apartheid.

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