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New Edition of LookLeft Out Now September 25, 2012

Posted by Garibaldy in media, The Workers' Party.
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New LookLeft out now!

The latest, 48-page edition of LookLeft is in Easons stores and selected newsagents, island-wide, now. Highlights include:

Pushing the market out of housing: Justin O’Hagan identifies the threat to social housing in the North and Henry Silke assesses the media’s role in the bubble in the Republic.

Interview with David Hickey: Kevin Brannigan meets the Dublin football legend

El Salvador, the Left in power: Paul Dillon analyses the challenges facing the FMLN in Government

Dominic Behan: Donal Fallon profiles the workers’ bard

Lethal Dialect: Barry Healy speaks with the Dublin rapper about music, politics and media snobbery

21 years of Anti-Fascist Action Ireland: Bernardo O’Reilly meets the group which has help keep Ireland’s streets fascist free

Northern Ireland needs a progressive opposition: Brian McDermott looks at the failures of politics in the North in the build up to the Workers’ Party’s northern conference

Belfast Cooperatives: Áine Carroll looks at the modern cooperative movement

Legalise it?: Niall Dunne and Cieran Perry debate drug legalisation

And much more progressive politics, news and culture including Conor McCabe on banks, Cllr Ted Tynan on natural resources, Kevin Squires on the campaign against the household charge, Stephanie Lord on a woman’s right to choose…

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1. LeftAtTheCross - September 25, 2012

Continuing to get even better with every issue.

Great cover, excellent articles, well edited and laid out. High quality publication.

And only 2 copies left on the shelf in Easons in Navan last saturday afternoon, so people are buying it.

Well done to the LL team.

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2. que - September 25, 2012

the covers are consistently engaging. love it. Still havent read a copy. Will need to correct that.

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3. Lost Soul - September 25, 2012

The interview in Look Left with David Hickey is very interesting. Covers his views on Cuba to our won ‘health service’, really shows the level the mainstream media operates at that this man is not referred to more often.

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4. Ramzi Nohra - September 25, 2012

This looks really interesting. Apologies if this has been answered before, but does anyone know where I can get this in London?

Thanks

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Mark P - September 28, 2012

Housmans.

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5. Utility - September 28, 2012

Excellent issue. Picked it up yesterday. It really puts Village magazine which it seems has a lot greater resources to funding, in the shade. Well done all.

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