The march to maturity

Today’s 1916 commemoration is not just a parade to remember a seminal event in Irish history.

15th April, 2006

Today’s 1916 commemoration is not just a parade to remember a seminal event in Irish history.

It’s the fanfare for the next chapter in Ireland’s ongoing quest to redefine itself as a state.

We have all heard the various debates as to why 1916 should or shouldn’t be remembered.

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