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The Invisible Republic gets its day out

The intensity of the recent debate about the state’s decision to restore the traditional military parade and celebration of the 1916 Rising has been fascinating.

15th April, 2006

The intensity of the recent debate about the state’s decision to restore the traditional military parade and celebration of the 1916 Rising has been fascinating.

The objections have varied from criticism that the parade is a military one to outright objections to having any parade at all. The debate has, if anything, revealed a deep fissure that has existed in the southern state since independence.

Of course, at the heart of the debate is...

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