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This Week At Irish Election Literature June 13, 2014

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From the 1973 General Election campaign a leaflet from Fianna Fail promising that were they elected Rates would be abolished

A 1952 Letter from Bill Quirke (FF General Secretary) listing subscriptions towards a presentation for former TD Andy Fogarty

“I am a Catholic First and Foremost” a 1984 Alice Glenn Interview from Young Fine Gael Magazine ‘Futureline’ (which I posted an excerpt from earlier in the week)

and finally Alan Kelly’s letter to Labour Party members re the Deputy leadership of the party.

There will be a quiz up later this morning. (Political or League of Ireland.. any preferences?)

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1. workers republic - June 13, 2014

Rhetoric only! we didn’t hear that kind of rhetoric before the recent elections.
Though one good point, the concept of a Living Wage is becoming mainstream.

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