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A leaflet from the Socialist Workers’ Party, distributed at the march in Dublin against the invasion of Iraq on 15th February 2003, promoting a drink and discussion after the march in Toners Bar on Baggot Street.
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March Opposing the Invasion of Iraq
On 15th February 2003, an international day of action took place to oppose the invasion of Iraq. In Dublin, one of the largest marches in the history of the state took place, with circa 100,000 people attending . These documents were collected from organisations at that march.March Opposing the Invasion of Iraq