Abortion: A Choice for Irish Women
Date:June 1981
Organisation:Irish Woman's Right to Choose Group
Edition:2nd
Collection:Abortion and reproductive rights
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Subjects: Abortion

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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

11th January 2010

In a sense this is a companion piece to the Nuclear Energy pamphlet posted up here late last year (and many thanks to Jim Monaghan for forwarding it the Archive). As with that document it sits parallel to but distinct from left-wing discourse. And there are, of course, those on the left who would dissent on this issue.

There are aspects of the tone of this document that place it very much of its time, but it is hard to overestimate the socially revolutionary aspect to this. And it’s also worth noting that the document attempts to place abortion within a spectrum of issues. All told another useful addition to the Archive.


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