Wednesday June 3, 2020

Tolerance is lacking in abortion debate

Contemporary Ireland is a nation that seems determined to find issues which tear us apart at regular intervals.

12th November, 2017

The playwright Brian Friel had a unique ability to convey a sense of Irishness. He portrayed this country in a way that no others before or since have, and seemed to presciently define its people as a nation forever restlessly seeking to redefine its identity.

Contemporary Ireland is a nation that seems determined to find issues which tear us apart at regular intervals. What lies beneath our obsession with major social issues? Think back to...

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