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This Month’s Quotation: James Connolly

  “. . . the pressure of a common exploitation can make enthusiastic rebels out of a Protestant working class, earnest champions of civil and religious liberty out of Catholics, and out of both a united Social democracy. “

James Connolly

 

This Month’s Quotation
The passage on the front cover is from James Connolly’s “Labour in Irish History.” (Published 1916, by Maunsell & Co., Dublin. P. 216.)