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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution
16th November 2022
A leaflet from the Summerhill occupation in August 2018.
This document was added as part of Snapshots of Political Action, a joint project from Irish Election Literature and the Irish Left Archive. You'll find more related material in the Irish Election Literature collection.
The Summerhill Occupation took place in August 2018, when campaigners occupied a building owned in Summerhill, which was then empty, but had been used by the landlord up to a few months before to cram in several people per room in poor conditions. The occupation called for local council purchases of empty buildings, public housing on public land, tenant rights and rent controls.Summerhill Occupation
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