As the remnants of Ireland's once-vast Magdalen army of some 30,000 women surged victoriously onto the Dáil plinth last week, it was a moment of immense emotional and historical importance. Framed by the dark building behind and illuminated by the television lights and camera flashes, it resembled a triumphant final scene from a grand opera. The doors were open, the dungeons had been broken down and the prisoners were escaping.
I wonder how many...
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