“Say No to The Sell Out, Vote No To The EEC” a Sinn Féin leaflet from the 1972 Referendum on Ireland joining the EEC.
“Say No to The Sell Out, Vote No To The EEC” Sinn Féin leaflet from the 1972 Referendum on Ireland joining the EEC June 17, 2020
“Unite With Europe” Yes leaflet from Fianna Fáil in the 1972 Referendum on Ireland joining the EEC May 4, 2020
“Internees Say NO” – Common Market Defence Campaign -1972 Referendum on entry to the EEC February 1, 2012
From the 1972 Referendum on entry to the Common Market , “Internees Say NO” from the Common Market Defence Campaign.
The message to voters was
“We, the Undersigned Internees in Long Kesh Camp, say “No” to Ireland’s entry to the E.E.C. and we ask the Irish people to vote “No” on Wednesday next because membership of the Common Market is not in the best interests of our country”
“No To EEC” – ITGWU 1972 Referendum on Entry to the EEC August 1, 2011
From the 1972 Referendum on Entry to the EEC a leaflet from the Irish Transport and General Workers Union urging a No vote in the referendum. It foresaw entry to the EEC as leading to job losses.
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“A personal message from Liam Cosgrave” Vote Yes to the EEC – 1972 Referendum on Entry to the EEC November 7, 2010
From the 1972 Referendum on entry to the EEC an ad from Fine Gael urging a Yes vote.
Amongst the arguments used are that Britain will be entering and as they accounted for 65% of our exports that Ireland has to enter too.
We will be attractive for Foreign investment and the EEC will pay the farming subsidies that Taxpayers paid.
There was also the argument that if the North was in the EEC and we were not, then reunification of the island would be more difficult.
The Referendum was passed.
from the Galway Advertiser.