One of the striking features of the Marriage Equality Referendum in Ireland and the recent British general election was the mobilisation of the “young vote”, where a collective sense of purpose seized the imagination of younger voters traditionally less engaged in politics and inclined to abstain from the electoral process.
A question that looms in Ireland’s political consciousness is whether the younger generation in Irish society still clings to the optimistic belief that...
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