LookLeft 22 is in Easons stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now.
Only €2.00, the highlights of this issue include:
You Can’t Eat a Flag – Chris Bailie and Paddy Wilson take a look at the state of Protestant working class politics in Northern Ireland.
Spotlight on Denis O’Brien – A critical look at the controversial business man and media baron’s career.
Take Back the City – LookLeft looks and how working class communities are seeking to assert control of their cities.
Leading the charge – Dara McHugh looks at the next steps for Right2Water and the water charges movement.
Can we organise now? – The union movement will not be saved by planned collective bargaining legislation alone. Richard O’Hara investigates.
Bomb Girls – Hugo McGuinness on the social and political effects of WW1 munitions factories on Dublin’ Northside
Paving Paradise – A community garden in West Dublin digs up problems of church and community relations.
A different vision of society – LookLeft talks to the Cuban Ambassador about talks with the US, the Cuban social model and medical internationalism.
Forum: Single Parent cuts, the Bank Inquiry, the Marriage Referendum and a vision for Ireland’s economy.
Ireland’s Jacobin – Ultán Gillen reflects on the extraordinary life of Des O’Hagan.
Congress Reconvened – LookLeft learns about a new documentary exploring the 1934 Republican Congress.
Saving Dalymount – LookLeft finds out about the salvation of Irish football’s spiritual home.
And much more…
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