The Irish Question

Jj Plant jplant at cix.compulink.co.uk
Sun Oct 13 00:53:00 MDT 1996


In-Reply-To: <325FCA0E.7542 at hagcott.meganet.co.uk>
Richard,

The Irish question is a good one precisely because it is difficult.

Here are some Irish questions.


What is the significance of the 'national question' in Ireland today ? In what
ways are workers in the occupied six counties to benefit from integration with
the catholic state in the south ? Precisely how would workers' rights and
women's rights be advanced by a Sinn Fein government? How do you think you can
advance the rights to abortion, contraception and divorce by supporting PIRA or
INLA ? How do you think the working class community on the Isle of Dogs can be
brought to support such forces when over a year after the Canary Wharf bomb
repairs to their homes have not been completed ?



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