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Published , 7th March 1975:

"Why Was Garland Shot?"

The Irish People, newspaper of Official Sinn Féin on the then recent shooting of Seán Garland.

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The Irish People, Vol. 3, No. 10 (1975) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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New document:

The United Irishman, Eanair (January) 1971.

The United Irishman was the newspaper of Sinn Féin from 1948, and continued by Official Sinn Féin after the 1969 split.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/6916/

The United Irishman, Vol. 225, No. 1 (1971) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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New document:

The Making Of The Irish Revolution: A Short Analysis

By Tomás MacGiolla, circa 1975. Published by Official Sinn Féin as part of their Repsol Pamphlets series.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/6853/

The Making Of The Irish Revolution (1975 c.) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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Published 6th September 1974:

"British Spies Still at Work" "Cork Dockers Consider Action against Beef Fleet"

The Irish People, from Official Sinn Féin.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/276/

The Irish People, Vol. 2, No. 35 (1974) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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Published 14th August 1971:

Drithleog – Nuachtlitir, Comhairle Ceantair Átha Cliath, Sinn Féin

A newsletter from the Dublin region of Official Sinn Féin.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/3992/

Drithleog (1971) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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Published 21st July 1975:

"The Need to End the Feud Between 'Officials' and IRSP", An Interview with Seamus Costello.

By Gerry Foley in Intercontinental Press, magazine of the Fourth International.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/563/

The Need to End the Feud Between 'Officials' and IRSP (1975) — Gerry Foley

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Published 4th June 1973:

"Performing Artists on a Flying Trapeze"

Gerry Foley on how Official Sinn Féin can build a "revolutionary party of the Irish people", from Intercontinental Press, magazine of the Fourth International (USFI).

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/1489/

Performing Artists on a Flying Trapeze (1973) — Gerry Foley

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Published 28th May, 1973:

"Revolutionary Nationalism, Class Struggle, and Problems of Party Building in Ireland"

An article by Gerry Foley on Official Sinn Féin, from Intercontinental Press, the magazine of the Fourth International.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/1488/

Revolutionary Nationalism, Class Struggle, and Problems of Party Building in Ireland (1973) — Gerry Foley

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A cartoon from United Irishman in 1975 on American adoptions of Vietnamese children.

United Irishman was the newspaper of Official Sinn Féin.

A cartoon depicting a number of Vietnamese children on a display stand labelled "Vietnam Orphan Souvenirs", "Remember your stay in Vietnam forever" and "Limited supply". An American couple, identified by a "USA" label on a carry-bag, are pointing at one of the children. It is captioned "That one would look nice in the den."
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29th March 1975, The Non-Stop Connolly Show, a 24-hour play dramatising the life of James Connolly by Margaretta D’Arcy and John Arden, was first performed on Saturday 29th March 1975. The play was in part supported by Official Sinn Féin.

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On This Day, 29th March

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A black and white leaflet with a picture of James Connolly, which reads: Liberty Hall / Easter Week 1975
The Non-Stop Connolly Show;
Written by Margaretta D’Arcy and John Arden;
24-hour show begins 12 noon Saturday March 29;
Separate performances April, 1, 2, 4 & 5 (evenings);
Programme 2p
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Published 3rd March 1975:

"'Officials' Turn Against Their Own Past"

By Gerry Foley, from Intercontinental Press, magazine of the Fourth International.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/562/

'Officials' Turn Against Their Own Past (1975) — Gerry Foley

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"Ireland: Background to What Is Happening To-Day"

From Official Sinn Féin, an overview of the situation in Ireland and position of the Republican movement.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/4795/

Ireland: Background to What Is Happening To-Day (1972 c.) — Sinn Féin [Official]

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Published 24th February 1975:

"Officials' Split over Stalinist Power Play"

By Gerry Foley, for Intercontinental Press, magazine of the Fourth International.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/561/

Officials' Split over Stalinist Power Play (1975) — Gerry Foley

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"No Pasaran!"

The Story of the Irish Volunteers who served with the International Brigades in defending the Spanish Republic against International Fascism 1936-1938.

Published by Official Sinn Féin, 1975.

https://www.leftarchive.ie/document/4469/

No Pasaran! (1975) — Republican Clubs

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