March for Survival
Date:5th June 1982
Organisation: Irish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

17th October 2016

Many thanks to Jim Monaghan for forwarding this to the Archive.

This is the first document from the Irish Campaign For Nuclear Disarmament and we would welcome any other contributions from that source. Primarily it publicises a March for Survival on June 5th 1982. It also outlines ways in which people can help the campaign, including joining CND, getting unions to affiliate to CND, lobby in support of resolutions on disarmament, attending CND events, contributing to CND funds and so on. Particularly noticeable is the way in which it frames the issue in relation to workers.


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  • By: lcox Mon, 17 Oct 2016 22:53:53

    This sounds very familiar. Google won’t confirm it for me but memory connects this with Bono on a float at the Merrion Row end of Stephen’s Green, not talking (or not saying anything interesting) but putting on a recording of Dylan singing Hard Rain. Thanks for posting this.

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