Ireland: Republicanism and Revolution
Generation after generation of Irish men and women have fought for national liberation from British imperialism under the banner of the Irish Republic. And yet both the armed struggle and the constitutional road to a United Ireland have landed in dead ends.
In studying this rich revolutionary heritage, one lesson shines through, bought at an enormous cost of life and suffering: only through the socialist revolution is the attainment of complete national liberation and reunification of Ireland possible.
The question is now posed before socialist Republicans: in a period of unprecedented capitalist crisis, when all the old contradictions are bursting violently to the surface—where next?
200 pages. By Alan Woods, with a new introduction by Ben Curry.
Printed in the UK.
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