Dawn Magazine, No. 100
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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution
22nd February 2010
Thanks to ‘anonymous’ for sending the following. As anonymous notes…”Dawn magazine (An Irish magazine on nonviolent action civil liberties and movements for change) was associated with the Dawn Group and was published on a monthly basis from 1974 to 1985. The Dawn Group later become part of INNATE This issue deals with “Ireland’s Eco-Death and ‘Oscar for Dr. Reagan?’ concerning the visit of Ronald Reagan to Ireland. There’s an history of the Dawn Group, which notes that it sprouted as an idea at the Benburb conference of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and Pax Christi. It’s an eclectic mix of articles.”
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