Marxist-Leninist Weekly, Vol. 18, No. 18
Date:17th June 1988
Organisation: Communist Party of Ireland (Marxist-Leninist)
Publication: Marxist-Leninist Weekly
Issue:Volume 18, Number 18
Type:Publication Issue
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Subjects: Anglo-Irish Agreement, 1985

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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

8th April 2019

Many thanks to TG for forwarding this to the Archive.

Another edition of Marxist-Leninist Weekly from Communist Party of Ireland (Marxist-Leninist). This issue considers British government attempts to end sectarianism in Northern Ireland and a Moscow summit between Thatcher and Gorbachev.

It also mentions a ‘Spirit of Freedom’ picket at the Glenencree Centre Meeting at the Royal Dublin Hotel on the subject of the Anglo-Irish Agreement.

It argues that ‘this Glencree organised ‘unofficial’ review of the Hillsborough Accord is simply part and parcel of the official review of the Anglo-Irish Agreement itself, which is to be conducted by the British imperialists in conjunction with their agents in Ireland, the national traitor representatives of the Irish monopoly bourgeoisie – the politicians and parties both of constitutional ‘nationalism’ and of unionism.

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