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This Week at The Irish Election Literature Blog October 7, 2011

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Starting off this week with two videos one from Ruth Coppinger, the other from Davis Norris

On then to a flyer from 1948 and the National Labour Party offering a solution to the housing crisis in Dublin.

Then “Let’s put our strengths to work” a leaflet from Independent Presidential Candidate Seán Gallagher

Then from our first Presidential Election in 1945 an ad for Fine Gael candidate General Sean MacEoin.

Finally from the Dublin West by-election an ad from Fianna Fail candidate David McGuinness

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