Friday June 5, 2020

A snapshot of Ireland at a turning point

At times Repeal the 8th starts to read like a lesson in civics, or a public safety announcement from a parallel-universe Ireland. Amid these passages, however, there’s a great deal of brilliance

8th April, 2018

Non-fiction: Repeal the 8th Anthology, Edited by Una Mullally, Unbound, €13

Who is Repeal the 8th for? And what will its purpose be, after May 25 of this year? As the editor of this anthology, Una Mullally confronts these questions in her introduction. Published with Unbound, a crowdfunding platform for books, it’s hard not to view this collection as preaching to the choir. It was, after all, funded by ‘Repealers’, as they’re known,...

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