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(en) Ireland, anarchist WSM paper Workers Solidarity #128 - Nov/Dec 2012

Date Tue, 16 Apr 2013 17:42:02 +0300


Articles includes ---- Begin To Question, Begin To Organise... WS129 Cover story
ïïAusterity IS working â itâs working for those at the very top of society. http://www.wsm.ie/c/austerity-working-rich ---- During the last 4 years, while the rest of us have suffered pay cuts, job losses, increased taxes and decimation of our social services, the very wealthy in Irish society have thrived. ---- Turn Off The Red Light: Should we advocate it? http://www.wsm.ie/c/red-light-advocate-anti-sex-work ---- The subject of prostitution is becoming part of mainstream discourse again as a number of European countries look to legislate to curb demand, whereby the punter rather than the prostitute is crimi- nalised. Ireland has also been looking to write this into law since the high profile cam- paign Turn off the Red Light (TORL) was launched.

Marian Price: Internment without trial
http://www.wsm.ie/c/oppose-internment-marian-price-reactionary-politics-32csm

In August 400 people marched through Dublin to protest the internment without trial of a 58 year old woman in ill health for over a year. In May her husband told the Belfast Telegraph she âis so ill that she had to be taken to a recent visit in a wheelchair. Her hair is falling out, she has lost a lot of weight, and her arthritis has got worse. She is suffering from severe depression after a year in solitary.

The Croke Park Agreement â the very antithesis of Larkinâs trade unionism
http://www.wsm.ie/c/croke-park-agreement-larkin-trade-unionism

Next year, 2013, will mark the 100th anniversary of what many see as the most significant industrial dispute ever to have taken place in Ireland - the Dublin Lockout. The employers of Dublin, led by William Martin Murphy, locked out over 20,000 workers in an attempt to starve them into submission and to smash the increasingly popular Irish Transport and General Workers Union (ITGWU).

More articles coming over next few days at:
http://www.wsm.ie/c/workers-solidarity-128-novdec-2012
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