Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from “Cherish All The Children Equally – Republican . Progressive. Pro Life” January 26, 2017


A Leaflet calling for the retention of the 8th amendment from a group “Cherish All The Children Equally”.
Many thanks to the sender.
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“…Censorship breeds ignorance” leaflet from the Repeal Section 31 Campaign December 12, 2016


“Watch Out! RTE “News”? Censorship breeds ignorance” leaflet from the Repeal Section 31 Campaign. The leaflet is from 1993 . In January 1994 Section 31 of the broadcasting act was not renewed by the then Minister Michael D. Higgins..
Many thanks to the sender.
 

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“Stop CETA/TTIP’ leaflet from the Peadar O’Donnell Socialist Republican Forum September 22, 2016


A “Stop CETA/TTIP’ leaflet from the Peadar O’Donnell Socialist Republican Forum.
Their website
Many thanks to the sender.

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“Thatcher’s Extradition Hit-List” Irish Anti Extradition Committee leaflet 1989 August 25, 2016


“Thatcher’s Extradition Hit-List” a leaflet from The Irish Anti Extradition Committee from around 1989/90.
Many thanks to the sender
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“Time For Our Truth” leaflet from The Ballymurphy Massacre Committee May 4, 2016

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“Time For Our Truth” leaflet from The Ballymurphy Massacre Committee which I’ve uploaded in pdf. Click this link or on the image to launch.
Many thanks to the sender

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“End The Death Penalty” Murray Defence Committee 1976 Public Meeting Poster January 21, 2016


The Murray Defence Committee 1976 Public Meeting Poster, entitled End the Death Penalty.
You’ll find more information on the meeting and The Murray Defence Committee here
Many thanks to the Irish Republican Marxist History site for sending this on.
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Leaflet from Frank Ryan and George Gilmore -Republican Congress – 1936 Local Elections October 14, 2015


From the 1936 Local Elections a leaflet from Frank Ryan and George Gilmore who were running for Republican Congress in The Dublin North West Ward and The Dublin North East Ward. Gilmore polled 730 votes and Ryan polled 418 votes. Both Ryan and Gilmore lived in interesting times. Both had been involved in the IRA and Ryan fought in the Spanish Civil War.
Many thanks to the sender.
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