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This Week At Irish Election Literature December 6, 2013

Posted by irishelectionliterature in Irish Election Literature Blog, Irish Politics.

Given the passing of Nelson Mandela some Irish Anti Apartheid Movement Posters And Flyers

“Campaigning For A Women’s Right To Choose Since 1971″ And Other Postcards From Labour Women

On then to next years Local Elections…
A leaflet introducing James Coughlan of The Workers’ Party to voters of the Cork North West Ward

A leaflet from Brendan Young who is running for the ‘Community Solidarity’ group in Celbridge/Leixlip

“Introducing the Anti Austerity Alliance” a leaflet from the AAA introducing both the AAA and their 2014 Mulhuddart Local Election candidates Annette Hughes, Jimmy Keenan, Ruth Coppinger and Bernadette Rynne.

and finally a reminder that the Greens are still about with a leaflet from Patrick Costello who will be running in Rathgar/Rathmines ward.

Apologies that there is no quiz this week as I was stuck for time…


1. Jim Monaghan - December 6, 2013

Campaigning for a women’s right to choose since 1971. Chapter and verse I would like. The Frank Ryan cummann put a resolution to the Official SF Ard Fheis in I think 1972 which mentioned abortion.
Remember contraception was quite radical back then. .


Ciarán - December 6, 2013

The IRSP used to say that they were the first party in Ireland to support a woman’s right to choose, back in 1975.


2. Jolly Red Giant - December 6, 2013

The forerunner of the Socialist Party (Militant Tendency) supported abortion rights from the day of its foundation in 1974.


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