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From: Church & State: Articles
Date: January, 2015
By: Editorial
Title: Bicentenary Of Davis Thomas Davis And The Young Ireland Heritage
Thomas Davis, an Anglo-Irish Protestant gentleman who founded The Nation newspaper along with Charles Gavan Duffy in 1842, was born in Mallow, Co. Cork and died in Dublin in 1845. The centenary of his death was a major cultural/political event in nationalist Ireland. The bi-centenary of his birth was scarcely noticed outside of Mallow.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: December, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: Parliamentary Politics?
The Máiría Cahill case was debated in the Dail. The debate took the form of a denunciation of Sinn Fein, by Fine Gael, Labour and Fianna Fail, as a sinister terrorist organisation. In the Radio Eireann discussion of the debate that evening the representative of the (formerly Fascist) Fine Gael party referred to Gerry Adams as Il Duce. A couple of days later the Labour Party leader and Tanaiste, who had been vituperative against Sinn Fein in the debate, was terrorised in Tallaght, a working class area of Dublin, when she ventured into it on an engagement. The crowd was angered by Water Charges. The terrorising had nothing whatever to do with Sinn Fein, whose role in opposing the Water Charge was studiously moderate.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: November, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: Maíria Cahill Case Scandal-Politics!
Once again the leader of Fianna Fail—which gave up anything resembling Republicanism when it ousted Albert Reynolds—has joined forces with Anti-Agreement Anti-Provos in the North in stirring up an imagined sex-scandal in the hope of poisoning political opinion in the South against Sinn Fein coming up to the General Election next year.

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: October, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: Flanagan Makes Mischief In The North
Charles Flanagan, the Irish Foreign Minister, launched a "scathing attack" on Sinn Fein in the North as part of Fine Gael's conflict with Sinn Fein in the South, in an interview with the Sunday Independent (Sept. 7). The attack was nominally on both Sinn Fein and the DUP for having "failed the North". He called on "those with a mandate" to "take the tough budgetary decisions that have to be made in government".

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From: Irish Political Review: Editorials
Date: September, 2014
By: Editorial
Title: Albert Reynolds
Albert Reynolds was a doer and implementer, who as Taoiseach saw through to near completion the Haughey revolution in Northern policy, EU re-alignment and economic re-development, issues seen by their creator as a single, inseparable whole. This strategy had overthrown the catastrophic legacy of crises in all three fields inherited from the Lemass and Lynch Governments of 1960-70s, that had incapacitated the state for two decades.

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