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This Week At The Irish Election Literature Blog September 30, 2011

Posted by irishelectionliterature in Irish Election Literature Blog.

First off , I may have been on Morning Ireland this morning 🙂
(I recorded a piece on Presidential Elections earlier in the week for them and am currently in London having gone to a certain Soccer match)

Anyway starting off this week with a leaflet from the National H-Block Committee advertising a  “Mass National Lobby and March” in Dublin on the 22nd November 1980

On then to a Presidential Election Leaflet from Martin McGuinness
Oddly enough ‘The Peoples President’ is the same slogan as Brian Lenihan used in 1990

“Water Charges Will Squeeze Families Dry” a Sinn Fein ‘No Water Charges” Newsletter.

From 2004 a Leaflet from Brendan Donohoe of the SWP

Finally From the 1944 General Election a message to the electorate from then Taoiseach and Fianna Fail Leader Eamon De Valera.


1. Jolly Red Giant - September 30, 2011

I have to say that SF have produced one bland piece of drivel from McGuinness.


WorldbyStorm - September 30, 2011

Really? Here’s a guy from Derry who winds up with a leaflet which photographically shows a political journey which encompasses Mandela and Paisley. It may not be your politics which is fair enough by to argue it’s bland…


que - September 30, 2011

bit of a theme developing here isnt there.


WorldbyStorm - October 1, 2011

I’m saying nothing.


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