Notes and Comments, January 1980
Organisation: Sinn Féin The Workers' Party
Publication: Notes and Comments
Issue:January 1980
Type:Publication Issue
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Subjects: Nuclear Energy

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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

1st May 2017

Thanks to bobcat for forwarding this to the archive.

This document is a short eight page newsletter. It addresses a range of issues including a conference for press officers, the presentation of a paper ‘Ten Years of the Women’s Movement’ by Theresa Moriarty at an NWC Seminar. Another area addressed is that of Nuclear Energy where it notes that two years previously the party was opposed to the proposal to build a nuclear reactor at Carnsore Point but that it was in favour of peaceful nuclear energy.

Mention is made of the pamphlet ‘Nuclear Power and Ireland’ which can be found in the Archive.

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