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LookLeft in shops now! December 12, 2013

Posted by WorldbyStorm in Irish Politics, The Left.

LL17 cover

Ireland’s leading magazine for progressive news, views and solutions – available in Easons stores and selected newsagents across the country – 48 pages for just €2/£1.50. The new issue of LookLeft (vol.2 no.17) includes:

News Features

All Politics are Local
The 2014 local elections in the Republic should offer an opportunity for the left to make major gains but are they capable of taking advantage? Dara McHugh and Kevin Squires report.

Thinking of a Better Way
Justin O’Hagan examines the work of progressive think tanks in mapping a better economic and social future for Northern Ireland.

Bringing the Vote Home
Irish citizens forced out of their homeland by economic mismanagement are organising to demand a say in the country’s future, reports Hilary Rock-Gormley.
A Comradeship of Heroes
Kevin Brannigan reports on efforts to maintain the memory of the Irish Brigadistas.
Denis O’Brien linked to company installing water meters
Overwhelming support for neutrality
Places of learning or profit?
Barriers in access to the pill
And much more…
The Forum
Ireland – NATO’s Next Target – Padraig Mannion
Ending the long night for women – Fiona Dunkin
Building a fair city – Paul Dillon
Does Ireland need a new Left party? – John Lowry
More than a morality tale – Conor McCabe
Showdown in the classroom – Anne Finnegan
Plus international features on the Left and Scottish Independence, interview with the Iraqi Communist Party, the Rise of Republicanism in Spain, culture and history and much more…
Buy it now only €2


1. Starkadder - December 12, 2013

Excellent issue- the DO’B and water meters stuff was particularly

On the subject of leftie publications, the 2014
Housmans Peace Diary is on sale in Books Upstairs and
Connolly Books now.


WorldbyStorm - December 12, 2013

That’s a great gift idea.


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