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New issue of Look Left… August 28, 2010

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Culture, Economy, European Politics, Irish Politics, Northern Ireland, The Left.
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Many thanks to the person who sent this.

The new issue of Look Left is available from the WP and the same outlets as the last one, and wider as we sort out distribution. It’s 32 pages now and will be staying at that size. As you’ll see it is very much a broad left effort with Stewart Reddin (ex-SF Dublin organiser), Joe Mooney, Dermot Looney, Conor McCabe and members of WSM writing for it.

The contents also include the Saville Report, Fine Gael’s Fascist Roots, the “Great Mortgage Swindle” and an interview with Joe Higgins.

A good wide range of materials and people.

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1. big Adam - August 28, 2010

Will definitely check out this issue. Funny, though…the blogosphere seems to have erupted this morning with “the global warming swindle”…sigh

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EWI - August 29, 2010

Will definitely check out this issue. Funny, though…the blogosphere seems to have erupted this morning with “the global warming swindle”…sigh

Where, exactly?

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2. HAL - August 28, 2010

Fine Gael’s Fascist roots,yes it’s about time the spotlight was turned on FG.I honestly believe they will squeeze the working class way above anything FF would ever contemplate.It has to be hammered home that FG is not an alternative.

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3. barrygruff - August 28, 2010

Excellent. Enjoyed the other two editions.

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4. Bohs love crew - August 28, 2010

Looks great – were can I pick it up?

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5. Tomboktu - August 28, 2010

Books Upstairs on College Green in Dublin, Easons.

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6. Paul Wilson - August 29, 2010

Is there anywhere in London that it is sold?

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7. Drithleóg - August 29, 2010

I believe there is Paul. Will try to find out for you.

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WorldbyStorm - August 29, 2010

I think a list of distributors nationwide would be very handy…

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8. Jim Monaghan - August 29, 2010

Housemans nearKings Cross stocks most left things

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ejh - September 2, 2010

I don’t think they stock it.

I can’t be 100% sure though. I emailed them to ask if they had it, and got no reply. So I emailed them again and said “Does anybody feel like answering this question”? and I got the answer “No, we don’t”. Which could mean they didn’t feel like answering.

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9. Paul Wilson - August 29, 2010

Thanks Jim.

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10. RosencrantzisDead - August 30, 2010

Has anyone been able to purchase this?

I could not find it in Eason’s on O’Connell Street and Books Upstairs told me they didn’t stock it.

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11. Justin - August 30, 2010

I believe it is sold in some of the newspaper vendors on O’Connell Street. Maybe the one nearest Eason’s but I’m not sure.

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12. blackadder - August 31, 2010

This will be available in the news vendors on O’Connell Street and n Books Upstairs by 2 tomorrow afternoon.

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13. Garibaldy - August 31, 2010

A few stories from this issue, including the editorial on the need for a new politics and Brian Hanley’s article on Fine Gael’s fascist roots, are now on the Look Left website (link on right-hand side of page).

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14. Lord Ashdown - September 1, 2010

All News Vendors on O’Connell Street,
Books Upstairs and Connolly Books are now stocked up with LookLeft.

Natonwide branches will be publicisied later Wednesday evening.

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15. The Silence of the Hawks « Circumlimina - September 1, 2010

[...] the media has long since come, preferably in the form of a national newspaper and/or radio station. Look Left is a step in the right direction, but steps in the right direction are so inadequate at this stage [...]

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16. Garibaldy - September 1, 2010

The LookLeft Facebook page ( http://www.facebook.com/pages/LookLeft-Magazine/113777231983918 ) is reporting the following

LookLeft is now available in Books Upstairs, Dublin 2, Connolly Books East Essex Street, Dublin 2 and newspaper vendors in O’Connell. LookLeft will be in Easons shops in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway next week.

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