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New Left Review I/212, July-August 1995


Robin Blackburn

Ireland and the NLR

The nlr’s record of publication on Ireland is indeed a patchy one, though not as lacking in substance as is claimed by Sam Porter and Denis O’Hearn. We should certainly have published much more than we did over the last twenty-five years, but what we did publish does not deserve the slighting references made by our correspondents—perusal of it would also have shown that their generic indictment was unjust.

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