|29th March 1974
|British and Irish Communist Organisation
|Volume 3, Number 4
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|National Wages Agreements, 1970s
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Another document from the British & Irish Communist Organisation from the 1970s, this focuses on the front page on the National Wage Agreement and the revival of the Gaeltacht. Inside there are pieces on the views of the then Fine Gael/Labour government in relation to Stormont and Article 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland which offers an insight into the thinking of B&ICO at this point in time. There’s another interesting analysis of multinationals which perhaps was echoed in the thinking of others later.
Also included are pieces on the Chilean Coup and a scathing analysis of the Communist Party of Chile and a short analysis of Noel Browne’s thoughts on democracy. A number of other pieces take the Vatican to task on contraceptives.