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The United Irishmen and The Men of no Property The Sans Culottes of Belfast.

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In the 1970's, 1973, 1978 Belfast, then only a small town of less than 20,000 inhabitants, was the foremost revolutionary centre in Ireland, and celebrated the French Revolution as nowhere else... With the onset of political repression and economic crisis in 1973 the United Irishmen moved towards revolution.. In the aftermath of the defeat in 1978 the working class were left as a defenceless prey to a new and ghastly caricature of "liberty" which demanded an unfettered free market in a cheap labour, a legacy that is till with us today.
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