|Date:||22nd June 1973|
|Organisation:||British and Irish Communist Organisation|
|Issue:||Volume 2, Number 3|
|Discuss:||Comments on this document|
|Subjects:||National Wages Agreements, 1970s|
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This edition of Comment from BICO is a short six pages long. It carries an attack on the National Wage Agreement. Also mentioned and criticised is a piece from the Irish People of Official Sinn Féin which attacked Conor Cruise O’Brien for suggesting that the state might beam British television stations into the Republic. Another piece engages with social class and illiteracy.