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Letters to the Editor

10th January, 2015
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The Eoin O'Malley article which appeared in the Sunday Business post on Sunday 4-1-2015

Dr Eoin O’Malley (SBP, 4/1/2015) is correct in suggesting a low-profile approach, instead of an in-your-face campaign, would be better if the aim is the success of same-sex marriage.

However, as a political scientist in law and government at DCU, he should be aware of a few other factors.

He refers to the success of the divorce campaign. While the rights of women needed to be firmly addressed, the losers were overwhelmingly children. Something...

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